# $$\pi$$ madness 1

In the first $$1,000,000$$ digits of $$\pi$$, there are $$2$$ digits that occur the same number of times. Let the number of times it occurs be $$A$$, and the digits be $$B$$ and $$C$$. Find $A\times B\times C$

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$$\textbf{Details and Assumptions}$$

$$\bullet$$ The first $$1,000,000$$ digits of $$\pi$$ includes the $$3$$ in $$3.1415...$$, so if the number is $$3.1415$$ there are $$5$$ digits in that number.

$$\bullet$$ Supposing the $$2$$ digits that occur the same number of times is $$1$$ and $$2$$ and the number of times it occurs is $$100$$ times, the answer would be $1\times 2\times 100=\boxed{200}$

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