Friday 11 November 2005 — This is over 17 years old. Be careful.
For you math geeks out there: have you ever wanted to know what was unusal about a particular number and had nowhere to go? What’s Special About This Number? can tell you. For example, 1789 is the smallest number with the property that its first 4 multiples contain the digit 7. And that’s one of the more ordinary factoids in the list...
(It has info on any kind of number, despite the title.)
"68 is the last 2-digit string to appear in the decimal expansion of π [pi]."
Huh? Is that a joke or am I misunderstanding what that says?
The best exhaustive site on numbers is simply:
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