# William Struse Quote

#### The first seven digits of pi reversed give you 295 14 13 The first occurrence of 7 is in the 13th decimal place The second occurrence of 7 is at the 29th decimal place and it sits between 2-7-9 The third occurrence of 7 is at the 39th decimal place (3 x 13) The first occurrence of 13 is in the 29th (10 block of pi) The sum of the first 13 decimal digits is 65 or (5 x 13) The sum of the first 26 decimal digits is 126 or (3 x 6 x 7) The sum of the first 39 decimal digits is 191 or 43rd prime. 43 is the 14th prime. First occurrence of 295 or 2953 is at the 113th – (10 block of pi) The sum of 1 to 13 is 91 (7 x 13) 13 is the 7th number in a Fibonacci sequence 33 is the sum of the Fibonacci sequence to 13

William Struse

The first seven digits of pi reversed give you 295 14 13 The first occurrence of 7 is in the 13th decimal place The second occurrence of 7 is at the 29th decimal place and it sits between 2-7-9 The third occurrence of 7 is at the 39th decimal place (3 x 13) The first occurrence of 13 is in the 29th (10 block of pi) The sum of the first 13 decimal digits is 65 or (5 x 13) The sum of the first 26 decimal digits is 126 or (3 x 6 x 7) The sum of the first 39 decimal digits is 191 or 43rd prime. 43 is the 14th prime. First occurrence of 295 or 2953 is at the 113th – (10 block of pi) The sum of 1 to 13 is 91 (7 x 13) 13 is the 7th number in a Fibonacci sequence 33 is the sum of the Fibonacci sequence to 13