Assume that the next digit of pi constant is determined by the historical digit distribution. What is the probability of next digit (N) being (n).
For example if we consider the first 100 digits of pi, we will see that the digit '3' is occured 12 times. So the probability of the being '3' the 101th digit will be 12/100 = 0.12.
Round the results to four decimals.
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