A103186: Counting numbers in the digits of pi
Graeme McRae
g_m at mcraefamily.com
Sat Mar 19 22:21:16 CET 2005
1, 6, 9, 19, 31, 41, 47, 52, 55, 163, 174, 220, 281, 295, 314, 396, 428,
446, 495, 600, 650, 661, 698, 803, 822, 841, 977, 1090, 1124, 1358, 1435,
1501, 1667, 1668, 1719, 1828, 1926, 1968, 1987, 2007, 2161, 2210, 2236,
2261, 2305, 2416, 2509, 2555, 2595, 2860, 2937, 3006, 3188, 3609, 3895,
4049, 4058, 4061, 4085, 4149, 4171, 4232, 4301, 4386, 4407, 4435, 4708,
4988, 5002, 5104, 5178, 5226, 5230, 5244, 5343, 5430, 5438, 5516, 5576,
5655, 5753, 5844, 5856, 5989, 6154, 6212, 6297, 6391, 6555, 6624, 6712,
6752, 6767, 6817, 6922, 6966, 7020, 7042, 7150, 7770, 8040, 8196, 8734
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alonso Del Arte" <alonso.delarte at gmail.com>
To: <seqfan at ext.jussieu.fr>
Sent: Saturday, March 19, 2005 11:35 AM
Subject: A103186: Counting numbers in the digits of pi
> After I mentioned the printing of pi with the numbers of A000027
> bolded in order, in the February issue of Bob's Poetry Magazine, Neil
> has added A103186, a(n) is the position of the start of the first
> occurrence of n > a(n-1) after the decimal point in pi to the OEIS.
> I've gone up to n = 25,
>
> 1, 6, 9, 19, 31, 41, 47, 52, 55, 163, 174, 220, 281, 295, 314, 396,
> 428, 446, 495, 600, 650, 661, 698, 803, 822
>
> but given how easy it is to screw up on this (Bob Happelberg screwed
> up by not taking into account strings split across line endings) I
> would feel more comfortable if someone with the time and inclination
> doublechecked these results. Thanks in advance to whoever doublechecks
> this.
>
> Alonso
>
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