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Pi Digits Pie
This Demonstration shows a pie chart that accumulates the digits of
. With more digits, the slices become more nearly equal, possibly indicating that
is normal in any base. However, no proof of normality is known for any base.
Contributed by:
Hector Zenil
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Pi Digits Pie
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/PiDigitsPie/
Contributed by:
Hector Zenil
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