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A050279 a(n) is the starting position of the first occurrence of a string of exactly n '0's in the decimal expansion of Pi. 20
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At least up to a(10), also the starting position of the first occurrence of a string of at least n '0's in the decimal expansion of Pi. - M. F. Hasler, Mar 19 2017


Shigeru Kondo, calculation of Pi to 12.8 * 10^9 digits, using the program PiFast of Xavier Gourdon


Table of n, a(n) for n=1..10.

David G. Andersen, The Pi-Search Page.

Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Pi Digits


Cf. A000796: Decimal expansion (or digits) of Pi.

First occurrence of exactly n times the same digit: A096755 (exactly n '1's), A096756, A096757, A096758, A096759, A096760, A096761, A096762, A096763 (exactly n '9's), A050279 (exactly n '0's).

First occurrence of n times the same digit: A035117 (n '1's), A050281 (n '2's), A050282, A050283, A050284, A050286, A050287, A048940 (n '9's).

First occurrence of concatenate(1,...,n): A121280 = A068987 - 1.

Sequence in context: A159654 A061958 * A096764 A256802 A199532 A165004

Adjacent sequences:  A050276 A050277 A050278 * A050280 A050281 A050282




Eric W. Weisstein


More terms from Colin B. Martin (martinc(AT)ram.net.au), Nov 25 2001

Edited by N. J. A. Sloane at the suggestion of M. F. Hasler, Aug 24 2007

Edited by M. F. Hasler, Mar 19 2017



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