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Q: What is the first digit of pi?

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The fifth digit of pi is 5. The first 10 digits are 3.141592653

It's the floor of pi*1000000000.

The 42nd digit of pi is 6. (The first 43 digits of pi are 3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169. If pi were rounded to the nearest 42 digits, then the 6 would be rounded up to a seven.)

Not including the initial digit, the first 23 decimal digits of pi are 3.14159265358979323846264.

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The 34th digit of pi is 8.

The 27th digit of pi is 3

There is no 0 in pi until the 32nd digit.

the first 35 digits of pi is... 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288

Including the initial digit 3, the 74th digit of pi is 2.

Including the initial digit 3, the 13628th digit of pi is 7.

3.14159265 So 6 is the 7th digit of Pi

the 100th digit if Pi is 7.

The 992nd digit of pi is 2. (Starting at digit 990: ...092...)

9 is the 15th digit of pi3 is the 15th decimal digit of pi

You can find the first million at: http://www.eveandersson.com/pi/digits/1000000

There is no "last digit" of pi. Pi is irrational. Irrational numbers go in forever; like infinity

The 10000th digit of pi, counting the starting 3 as the 1st digit is 7 but the 10000th digit AFTER the decimal point is 8.

There is no end to pi! so there is no ending digit in this irrational number. There is no last digit in pi because it goes on forever. Usually people shorten it to 3.14.

Pi is not a digit because it has decimals. I believe a digit is a round digit meaning a whole number and no decimals.

Chuck Norris IS the last digit of pi.

lol random question...but the 100th digit of pi is 9

heres pi to the 30th 3.141592653589793238462643383279 so the 30th digit is 9

The first digit of pi is 3 on its own followed by an infinite amount of decimal numbers.

The 32nd digit after the decimal point.