Pi Problem

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Let a number be \(a\), where its number of digits is \(b\).

Let there be a sequence \(c_n\) where \(c_n\) is the nth decimal digit of \(\pi\). (i.e. A000796 on OEIS, but the first term, which is 3, is \(c_0\)).

Let pi-numbers be numbers where \(a = \overline{c_ac_{a+1}...c_{a-b+1}}\)

You are given that the first pi-number is 1. (...)

Find the second pi-number.


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