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A164525 Numbers divisible by 3 in the decimal expansion of Pi, contiguous and smallest. 0

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%S 141,59265,3,589793238,462,6,4338,3,27,9,5028,84,1971,6,9,3,9,9,3,75,

%T 105,820974,9,44592,3,0,78,1640628,6,208998,6,2803482,534,21,17067,9,

%U 8214,80865,132,82306647,0,9,3,84,46095,5058,22317,2535,9,408,12,84,81

%N Numbers divisible by 3 in the decimal expansion of Pi, contiguous and smallest.

%C Solo zeros considered divisible by 3. In the first million digits of Pi, the maximum smallest integer divisible by 3 occurs at position 141,826: 472402063960609642994542705915460007. This is, none of its potential predecessors (4,47,472,4724,47240,472402,...) is divisible by 3.

%e Delimit the decimal expansion of Pi into MOD(3)=0 integers at the smallest opportunity. This works out to be: 141 59265 3 589793238 462 6...

%K base,easy,nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Gil Broussard_, Aug 15 2009

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