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In the first 1,000,0001,000,000 digits of π\pi, there are 22 digits that occur the same number of times. Let the number of times it occurs be AA, and the digits be BB and CC. Find A×B×CA\times B\times C

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Details and Assumptions\textbf{Details and Assumptions}

\bullet The first 1,000,0001,000,000 digits of π\pi includes the 33 in 3.1415...3.1415..., so if the number is 3.14153.1415 there are 55 digits in that number.

\bullet Supposing the 22 digits that occur the same number of times is 11 and 22 and the number of times it occurs is 100100 times, the answer would be 1×2×100=2001\times 2\times 100=\boxed{200}

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