# Tag Archives: Number Patterns

## Curious Number Patterns #6: 323323, 19683 & Other Miscellaneous Curiosities

Curious Number 323323 Besides being a palindromic number, 323323 has some other cool properties. For example, it is equal to 7 × 11 × 13 × 17 × 19, which are consecutive primes. It’s also equal to the sum of … Continue reading

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## Curious Number Patterns #5: 9th Power Pattern, Münchhausen Numbers & 1729

To the Ninth Power 59 + 39 + 49 + 49 + 99 + 49 + 89 + 39 + 69 = 534494836 Münchhausen Numbers Münchhausen number is a number equal to the sum of its nonzero digits raised to each digit’s power. There are only two of these numbers … Continue reading

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## Curious Number Patterns #3

Palindrome and Prime 93639 (a palindromic number) plus the sum of its prime factors is equal to 93683, which is a prime number: 93683 = 93639 + 3 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 13 Interestingly, there … Continue reading

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## Curious Number Patterns #2

Interesting Patterns 777² = 603729 (603 + 729)/2 = 666 Doing a similar procedure for 666, 666² = 443556 except that we don’t divide the sum of the two 3-digit groups by 2. 443 + 556 = 999 Same procedure … Continue reading

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