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If each digit had a Bernoulli chance of coming up (like a 10-sided die), you’d expect to see 10 000 ± 30 times. And going on with that same assumption, the chance of the least-frequent digit coming up less than 99 000 times would be something like one percent.

What does it mean? I will meditate on this and expand √2 in different bases besides 10.

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