Here you go! 1 Million Digits of Pi (π) ready to copy and paste from a .txt file.
Pi (π) is one of the most fascinating, infinite, irrational constant number. I love using it’s digits as primary matter for my conceptual artworks. I played with the occurrences of each number within its first 1’000’000 digits.
Occurrences of every number in the first 1 Million Digits of Pi (π)
|1||99 758||9,98 %|
|2||100 026||10,00 %|
|3||100 229||10,02 %|
|4||100 230||10,02 %|
|5||100 359||10,04 %|
|6||99 548||9,95 %|
|7||99 800||9,98 %|
|8||99 985||10,00 %|
|9||100 106||10,01 %|
|0||99 959||10,00 %|
Very even right? The ratio goes from 9.95 % for 6’s to 10.04% for 5’s, that is so close! Very similar results that could be explained by classic mathematical probability. Bt I like to think there’s something more to this strange balance
In my series Lipogram I analyse the frequency of characters’ appearances in books, poems or even songs. I use those content statistics to develop hypothesis related to the connection that could exists between the “color” given to text by a specific character and the feeling of the text. In other words how letters and their sounds engage in the emotions gathered within the content.
Longest repeating character sequence in the first 1’000’000 Digits of Pi (π)
756130190263 is the longest character sequence that appears twice within the 1st 1’000’000 digits of Pi. That is a 12 number sequence which is huge.
It contains every numbers except for 4 & 8.
Maybe the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything is not 42
Could be 756130190263 though