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Pi to 33 decimal places = 3.141592653589793238462643383279502 So, the number 0 is the 33rd digit (of you count the 3 before the decimal place) But, if you count after the decimal place, then it is the number 2.

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Pi with 12 digits: 3.141592653589 The 12th digit is 8.

the 50th digit in pi would be 0See related link below for more digits of Pi

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.

Every digit appears at least once in the first 31 decimal digits of pi.

0 - There are no 0s in pi 1 - 2nd digit 2 - 7th digit 3 - 1st digit 4 - 3rd digit 5 - 5th digit 6 - 8th digit 7 - 14th digit 8 - 12th digit 9 - 6th digit

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0 3.1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 50

0 including the first 3

pi is just one number. The 324th digit of pi is 1.

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

Digit 4

3.141592653589793238462643

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.

the first 35 digits of pi is... 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288

There is no last digit of pi. It is possible to calculate the digits of pi an infinite number of times. The one millionth number is 5.

The 60th digit is 4.

It's been proven that pi is an irrational number. In other words, it can't bewritten with a finite number of digits, and there is no 'last digit'.

Starting at digit 37,988,283