In the first \(1,000,000\) digits of \(\pi\), how many \(2020\)s are there?

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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.

\(\bullet\) Chains of digits such as this \(202020\) is counted as \(1\) (\(2020\)), but chains of digits such as this \(20202020\) is counted as \(2\) (\(2020\))s and so on. \[.\]\[.\] Try my Other Problems

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