Math lovers uncovered something strange going on with the number 998,001. If you divide 1 by 998,001, the resulting decimal number will give you almost every three-digit number. For example, the decimal starts as follows: 0.000001002003004005006 ... and so on. However, one three-digit number gets skipped in this strange series.
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Written by Austin Jesse Mitchell February 22, 2019
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