7, 2, 1

So, I’m fascinated by the numbers 7, 2 and 1 quite a lot. Really. Also any of the multiples of seven, but not so much as seven itself and twenty-one, and the digits of that number, two and one, and then any number with a digits combination of seven, two, and one, for example 721.

One day in school I was doing some math in my calculator, and needed the result of the 8466 fraction. Instead by mistake I gave 8166 as input. The result was 1.2272727272727… and I was like, wait, what? That number is so cool.

Then some seconds later I realized that 8166 could be reduced to 2722, and I was like, whoa, I like these digits.

27/22 = 1.227272727...

Talk about an amazing fraction.