# It’s 9 o’Clock!

If you bought the Sheldon Cooper’s clock, you might also enjoy the clock below. I am not really sure, though, if it’s real, but it is another good idea to construct a clock.

One more thing, I haven’t verified it yet, but I have a feeling that

$displaystylesqrt{9!} - frac{9}{9}$

is pretty big for 5 (o’clock). For liberal arts majors, $9!$ is the product of all the positive integers from 9 all the way down to 1. And yes, the $0.9$ with a bar in 7 o’clock is equal $0.999 cdots$ which equals 1. The three dots indicate that the number of 9′s to the right of the decimal point is infinitely many (it goes on to the right forever).