p Statistics: Details for single digit frequencies |

by JVSchmidt |

AN ILLUSTRATION | |

Image shows where to find the "1" amongst the first 10.000 digits of p
Is this a random pattern? | |

Some details for single digit count | |

Digits analyzed: 4.2 * 10 ^{9}Analysis started at digit: 1 Expected average per class: 420.000.000 Chi ^{2}-value = 6,59Frequence for each single digit in the first 4.2x10^{9} digits | |

6: 420.033.987 9: 420.011.183 4: 420.007.057 1: 420.006.394 0: 420.003.528 8: 420.001.484 7: 419.996.867 5: 419.989.094 3: 419.978.657 2: 419.971.749 Graph shows the the z-value for single digit frequencies in groups of 100 millions digits and the development of the cumulative z-value. This graph shows the the z-value more detailed in groups of 10 millions digits and the development of the cumulative z-value. <= Back to Main |