Today is #PiDay in U.S…The rest of the world celebrates it on 22nd July 🙂 (Note - 22/7 is a more accurate 'Pi' value than 3.14). PiDay is also the birth anniversary (144th) of Albert Einstein and the 5th death anniversary of Stephen Hawking. π has captivated mankind for more than 4000 years… The ancient... Continue Reading →

2023 is the only number that is equal to the sum of its digits multiplied by the square of the sum of the squares of its digits, where the sum of its digits and the sum of the squares of its digits are also its prime factors.

Received as a forward. I don't believe in such things but some may find it interesting, hence posting here: Did you know: The Jyotirlinga temples in India, are dedicated to Lord Shiva and there's a golden rule of numbers which is a universal theorem that can be linked to the position of the Jyotirlinga temples.... Continue Reading →

The great Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920) was born on this day 135 years ago. He was a genius who taught himself advanced mathematics and did in a short life span of 32 years some great work which went on to become foundation of many ground breaking inventions and discoveries which we experience and use... Continue Reading →

By the end of the 9th day of the 9th month i.e. today, the number of minutes that will have passed this year will be exactly 9! = 252 days of the year= 9×28 days= 9×28×24 hours= 9x28×24×60 minutes= 9×(7×4)×(8×3)×(6×5×2) minutes= 9×8×7×6×5×4×3×2 minutes= 9! minutes

A number is ‘perfect’ if it equals the sum of its proper factors. For example, 28 (1+2+4+7+14 = 28) and 6 (1+2+3 = 6). Today is 28th June i.e. 28/06. So it's a perfect day!

Today is Pi Day. It also happens to be birthday of Albert Einstein and death anniversary of Stephen Hawking. Pi Day celebrates the mathematical constant π (3.14). It is celebrated in countries that follow the month/day (m/dd) date format, because the digits in the date, March 14 or 3/14, are the first three digits of... Continue Reading →

At 22 seconds past 22 minutes past ten in the evening of the 22nd day of the 2nd month of the 22nd year this century (which falls on a Tuesday, or TwosDay), the time and date will consist of a single repeating digit: the last occasion this will happen in our lifetimes. In the date... Continue Reading →