John Heaton (jheaton) wrote,
John Heaton

Ten random things: 3.14

Ten prime numbers and where they can be found among the first 200,000,000 digits of pi:

  1. 39,916,801 (position 25,204,491 counting from the first digit after the decimal point)
  2. 97,841 (position 94,178)
  3. 7,333 (position 6,916)
  4. 4,545,454 (position 13,520,921) 4,545,451 (position 12,392,340)
  5. 629,857 (position 2,848,018)
  6. 1,087 (position 10,281)
  7. 839,809 (position 424,258)
  8. 139,969 (position 469,390)
  9. 2,124,679 (position 4,677,055)
  10. 52,489 (position 24,458)

Happy Pi Day! Wikipedia's List of prime numbers and David G. Andersen's Pi Searcher were invaluable in constructing this list.


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