Rotational Symmetry at church

I wonder how many people noticed this.  Or how many people would notice this, given an hour of exposure on any given Sunday.  I know of at least one (me).

The first two are pictures of the bulletin.  Notice the hymn numbers.  229 and 622.  I turned it over and excitedly drew what you see in the picture above, showed my fellow baritone on the choir, then turned it upside-down and showed him.  They were meant to be together.

When the time came for the last hymn, I turned the book upside down and the numbers were right, but unfortunately music and lyrics don’t have rotational symmetry like the number 229 does.

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About Mr. T

Well, I'm interested in math. Teaching it, learning it, describing it, living it. Creating it. Most importantly (to me) is helping others appreciate it as much as I do.
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