All digits accessible here were computed by Robert Nemiroff and Jerry Bonnell on a VMS Alpha. They are not copyrighted and we do not think it is legally justifiable to copyright such a basic thing as the digits of a commonly used irrational number. To the best of our knowledge, these are the most digits ever computed as of 1 July 1994 for these numbers. We do NOT guarantee the accuracy of these digits, although some of the digits have been checked, as noted. We welcome independent checks of these numbers. We have made some of these digits available through Project Gutenberg.

These digits are mainly of passing interest, but many people find them interesting for many different reasons. We use them as pseudo-random numbers and encourage others to do this as well. We have not found any of the digits to possess any unexpected correlations, and welcome attempts to check these digits for correlations.

- The first 2 million digits of the number e.
- The first 5 million digits of the number e (currently unchecked).
- The first 10 million digits of the number e (currently unchecked).
- The first 2 million digits of the square root of 2.
- The first 5 million digits of the square root of 2.
- The first 10 million digits of the square root of 2 (currently unchecked).
- The first 1 million digits of the square root of 3.
- The first 1 million digits of the square root of 5.
- The first 1 million digits of the square root of 6.
- The first 1 million digits of the square root of 7.
- The first 1 million digits of the square root of 8.
- The first 1 million digits of the square root of 10.
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