# 142857の例文

## 例文携帯版

• See also the article 142857 for more properties of this cyclic number.
• By the way, the number 142857 is very well known to every old fox.
• This number is derived from or corresponds to the recurring decimal . 142857 = 1 / 7.
• :: Not random at all, PMajer was dead serious : see 142857 ( number ).
• Furthermore, 1 divided by 7 written out in base 10 is 0.142857 142857 142857 142857 . ..
• Furthermore, 1 divided by 7 written out in base 10 is 0.142857 142857 142857 142857 . ..
• Furthermore, 1 divided by 7 written out in base 10 is 0.142857 142857 142857 142857 . ..
• If you multiply by an integer greater than 7, there is a simple process to get to a cyclic permutation of 142857.
• If leading zeros are not permitted on numerals, then 142857 is the only cyclic number in decimal, due to the necessary structure given in the next section.
• By adding the rightmost six digits ( ones through hundred thousands ) to the remaining digits and repeating this process until you have only the six digits left, it will result in a cyclic permutation of 142857:
• Or you calculate 25 / 7 = 3 4 / 7 = 3.5714 then multiply by 10 ( the sevenths, 1 / 7, 2 / 7 etc . are easily remembered as they are the same six digits 142857 rotated ) .-- deeds 18 : 11, 18 January 2015 ( UTC)
• :: : : : The worst case scenario is going to be an irrational whose decimal remainder is something like . 213456, which will lie half way between our options of . 142857 and . 285714-- in which case we can change from fractions over 7 to more suitable higher prime denominators such as 17 with its 16 repeating decimals : 1 / 17 = 0.0588235294117647 and its 16 more precise . 05, . 11, . 17, . 23, . 29, etc . ) optional remainders.