How to demystify π ?

Irrational functions

3.141592653589793238462643383279502884

Let’s assume (likely but is not proven at present) that Pi is a Normal Number1. Amongst other things, this means that the frequency of occurrence of any digit in its decimal range is precisely 1/10. This assumption is in accord with statistical analysis of many trillions of decimal places of Pi.

(9/10)³⁰ = ˜ 4.24% //4.23911

So it is unlikely that no zero (or another selected number) appears in the first thirty digits.

Prime-counting

primes with maXbox in PowerShell

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Max Kleiner's professional environment is in the areas of OOP, UML and coding - among other things as a trainer, developer and consultant.

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Max Kleiner

Max Kleiner

Max Kleiner's professional environment is in the areas of OOP, UML and coding - among other things as a trainer, developer and consultant.