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*Subject*: [mg51725] Re: bimodal distribution in sign of difference of Pi digits]
*From*: Roger Bagula <tftn at earthlink.net>
*Date*: Sat, 30 Oct 2004 03:48:29 -0400 (EDT)
*Reply-to*: tftn at earthlink.net
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Dear jasonp,
I don't know.
This method is a new way to investigate Pi digits.
I had done some counts of base ten digits frequencies before this.
I have no real explaination of why the difference is higher in higher number of digits.
The groups of positive "Sign"s should
random. It is Sign[x]-> {-1,0,1} depending on the difference in consecutive
differences. It is the probability of a digit pair:
{a,b}--> Sign[a-b]
p=Probability [a]*Probability[b]
If they are equal as p0:
p->p0^2
If the Mathematica for such a probability would be:
p0->Random[Integer,{0,9}] as a Distribution
Since this is an straight type probabilty and not a Gaussian
the probabilies are equal and should be over a long term
1/10 each or a total of
p-->1/100
different for different combinations:
{a>b}->+1,{a-1},{a=b}->0
at {4/10,4/10,2/10} that gives something like
4/1000,4/1000,2/1000
I'm not seeing that kind of behavior except for the bimodal
which is expected as
(a=b) is
only about 2/10 of the 1/100 and I'm seeing more zeros than that.
It appears to be a much more complex distribution.
I want to try E and orther irrational numbers by this method as well!
I'm glad you asked as I hadn't thought to do a probability analysis
until now!
I can simulate the probability above in Mathematica
and see what I get
and compare them.
jasonp at boo.net wrote:
>Quoting Roger Bagula :
>
> >
>>(* Sum of the sign of the differences between the first 2000 digits of Pi*)
>> >>
>
>Shouldn't this behave like a random walk, i.e. the variance
>increases over time?
>
>jasonp
>
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