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# Reduce each of the first billion natural numbers (billion =

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Reduce each of the first billion natural numbers (billion = 10^9) to a single digit by taking its digit sum repeatedly. Do we get more 1s than 2s?
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01 Feb 2004, 04:31
I take a blind shot, 1s are more
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01 Feb 2004, 06:51
Number of 1s will be equal to number of 2s.
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