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A093648 Advancing position of digits of Pi in e. 0


%S 18,28,35,85,92,108,112,130,137,143,148,160,170,176,184,190,194,205,

%T 206,208,234,239,243,245,271,275,311,312,317,332,338,344,346,347,367,

%U 404,422,428,436,437,484,485,490,492,495,498,499,502,511,526,531,538,544

%N Advancing position of digits of Pi in e.

%C This is apparently a faster-growing sequence than the corresponding index of n-th digit of e in the decimal expansion of Pi.

%e The first three terms are the positions within e of the first three digits of Pi: at 18, 28 and 35, respectively: 27182818284590452(3)536028747(1)352662(4)...

%Y Cf. A090898.

%K nonn,base

%O 1,1

%A _Michael Joseph Halm_, May 14 2004

%E Corrected and extended by _Gil Broussard_, Jun 20 2009

%E Edited by _N. J. A. Sloane_, Aug 19 2010

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