There are 70,674 3's in the first million digits of pi. * * * * * There are 100,230 3s and 100,106 9s. Since the decimal representation of pi is essentially random, the number of times any digit appears should be approximately 10% of the total number of digits. So, for a million digits, there should be around 100,000 of any digit so it should have been immediately apparent that the previous answer was extremely unlikely. In fact it was incorrect to a very large degree!
about 4 million copies, give or take.
Some answers have ongoing digits and therefore have unlimited significant digits. For example, 100/3 is 0.3333333... and the 3s are unlimited. Therefore, the number has an unlimited amount of significant digits.
The are two electrons in the 3s orbital of magnesium (Mg.)
There are 29 3s because there also a 3 in the how many 3s are in 83333333333333333333333333333
They are both s level orbitals; they can carry two electrons and are spherical in shape. The only difference is that the 4s level is larger than the 3s, and the 3s level will fill first.
M = 3sand(M+4) = 2 (s+4)Substitute the first equation in the second one.(3s+4) = 2 (s+4)3s + 4 = 2s + 83s = 2s + 4s = 4M = 3s = 12
24 of them
There are: 21/3 = 7
3000/3 = 1000
93 / 3 = 31