

A158247


Recordbreaking occurrences of consecutive prime digits in the decimal expansion of Pi.


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3, 535, 72535, 575272, 57352552, 277222353, 55257222753, 355252555225, 72733233555555, 5733237255733523, 53373773323223537, 727753757725325377, 72355332222353337555, 373753523353357733352
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1,1


COMMENTS

a(2) = 535 because (beginning at position 8 after the decimal point of Pi) it is a longer string of consecutive prime digits (i.e., digits 2, 3, 5, or 7 only) than any previous string.


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