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39 (number) - In Mathematics
39 is the smallest natural number which has three partitions into three parts which all give the same product when multiplied {25, 8, 6}, {24, 10, 5}, {20, 15, 4} ... The thirteenth Perrin number is 39, which comes after 17, 22, 29 (it is the sum of the first two mentioned) ... + 1 = 1522 is 761, which is obviously more than 39 twice, 39 is a Størmer number ...
The Beekeepers - Discography - Singles
... sleeve, released in 1994 through Ruy Records under catalogue number RUY1 ... about 500 copies and released through Jealous Records, catalogue number COUP 004 ... by Beggars Banquet Records in both 7" vinyl and CD formats on 21 October 1996, catalogue number BBQ304 ...
39 (number) - In Other Fields
... "'39" does in fact fall in the thirty-ninth position The retired jersey number of former baseball player Roy Campanella The book series "The 39 Clues" revolves around 39 clues hidden around the world ... History The number of signers to the United States Constitution, out of 55 members of the Philadelphia Convention delegates The traditional number of times citizens of Ancient Rome ... Japanese Internet chat slang for "thank you" when written with numbers (3=san 9=kyu) Pier 39 in San Francisco The number of the French department Jura In Afghanistan, the number 39 is considered ...
38 (number)
... This article discusses the number thirty-eight ... of 38, see 38 (disambiguation) ← 39 ... → 38 ← 39 ... → List of numbers — Integers 90 ... → Cardinal ...
496 (number) - In Mathematics
496 is most notable for being a perfect number, and one of the earliest numbers to be recognized as such ... As a perfect number, it is tied to the Mersenne prime 31, 25 - 1, with 24 ( 25 - 1 ) yielding 496 ... Also related to its being a perfect number, 496 is a harmonic divisor number, since the number of proper divisors of 496 divided by the sum of the reciprocals of ...

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