primes in pi: 1, 2, 6, 38, 16208, 47577, 78073, ...
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No, no, no. Of course you want to look in base e. For any initial
sequence, there is only one integer which has that as the part before
the "decimal" point in base e: just take the ceiling. So, for example,
101 = e^2+1 = 8.389... represents the number 9.
Franklin T. Adams-Watters
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From: Jonathan Post <jvospost3 at gmail.com>
I am somewhat serious about pi base e. So far as I can see, pi base e
= 10.101002020002111120020101120... as per A050948Pi expressed in base
1/e: Pi = Sum a(i)*exp(-i), i=-1,0,1,...
Now, in what base should we examine substrings of this for primality?
In the unnatural base 10, ...
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