The Beginning of the Number Pi, in Binary Through Hexadecimal, etc.

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The Beginning of the Number Pi, in Binary Through Hexadecimal, etc.

Binary (base-2) pi: 11.00100 10000 11111 10110 10101 00010 00100 00101 10100 01100 00100 01101 00110 00100 11000 11001 10001 01000 10111 00000 . . .

Trinary (base-3) pi: 10.01021 10122 22010 21100 21111 10221 22222 01112 01212 12120 01211 00100 10122 20222 12012 01211 12101 21011 20022 01202 . . .

Quaternary (base-4) pi: 3.02100 33312 22202 02011 22030 02031 03010 30121 20220 23200 03130 01303 10102 21000 21032 00202 02212 13303 01310 00020 . . .

Quinary (base-5) pi: 3.03232 21430 33432 41124 12240 41402 31421 11430 20310 02200 34441 32211 01040 33213 44004 32444 01441 04233 41330 11323 . . .

Heximal (base-6) pi: 3.05033 00514 15124 10523 44140 53125 32110 23012 14442 00411 52525 53314 20333 13113 55351 31233 45533 41001 51543 44401 . . .

Septenary (base-7) pi: 3.06636 51432 03613 41102 63402 24465 22266 43520 65024 01554 43215 42643 10251 61154 56522 00026 22436…

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