Fraction to decimal infinite

Find which digit is at 1000th place after the decimal point in the decimal expansion of the fraction 9/28.

Correct answer:

d =  4

Step-by-step explanation:

9/28=289=0.3214285714285714285714285714285714285714285714285714285714285714 p=142857 p1=1 p2=4 p3=2 p4=8 p5=5 p6=7  D1=(10002)/6=3499=16631166.3333  n1=998166 6=2  i=mod998,6=2  d=p[i] d=p2=4



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