So if the bottom one above was one less than the prime 11 it is just a number very close to 1 like:
**Note** It also works with just the regular factorial:
It's interesting to note that the denominators are the same as the general power series... And also the first i terms equal the infinite terms to the right so it can be used as a general numbering system, but one where the "base" of a digit increases as you go to the right...
So separating "digits" by commas you could have a number like:
0, 1, 2, 3 just so the ith digit is less than i which would be: