Number 34

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[Chemistry]  The atomic number of Selenium (Se).

[History]  Kansas became the 34th state of the U.S. on 29 January 1861.

[History]  The 34th U.S. President: Dwight David Eisenhower (Republican, Texas, 1953-1961).

[History]  Pope John Paul I had been pope only 34 days before his death (26 August to the night of 29-30 September 1978). His term is the 2nd shortest in the Catholics history. Pope Stephen II died only 2 days after his election in 752.

[Math.]  The 9th Fibonacci number.

[Math.]  510,510 is the product of first 7 prime numbers, of 2 consecutive numbers and of 4 consecutive Fibonacci numbers: 510,510 = 2×3×5×7×11×13×17 = 714×715 = 13×21×34×55.

[Math.]  344 = (13+3+6+3+3+6)4 = (01+33–6+3–3+6)4 = 1,336,336.

347 = (5+2+5+2+3+3+5+0+1+4+4)4 = 52,523,350,144.

[Math.]  3468 = 682–342 = (68+34)×34.

[Math.]  340,067 = 343+003+673 and 341,067 = 343+103+673.

[Math.]  Repeatedly inserting numbers 15 in the middle of the square number 16 yields other square numbers: 1156 = 342, 111556 = 3342, 11115556 = 33342

[Math.]  Sum of the first 5 factorials, including 0!: 0!+1!+2!+3!+4! = 34.

[Math.]  34×86 = 2,924 = 43×68.

[Math.]  0165×34 = 5,610.

[Math.]  The first Markov numbers are 1, 2, 5, 13, 29, 34, 89, 169, 194, 233…

[Math.]

 33×34 = 1122 33×35 = 1155 33×36 = 1188 33×37 = 1221 33×47 = 1551 33×57 = 1881

 333×334 = 111,222 333×335 = 111,555 333×336 = 111,888 333×337 = 112,221 333×347 = 115,551 333×357 = 118,881

… (generalizable pattern) …

[Movie]  Name of TV show/series or movie: “Miracle on 34th Street”.

[Money]  An American Express credit card number starts with either 2 digits 34 or 37.

[Music]  The number of piano-style keys on a regular accordion.

(Or, as few as 26 keys). (Need to Check/Verify)

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Spain.

[Sport]  “3-4” scheme is a popular defensive football scheme proposed against the running game of the offensive side which has 3 linemen and 4 defensive linebackers. Other popular schemes are: 4-3, “nickel” and “dime”.

[Sport]  The loft angle of iron golf clubs is increased by 4o from the vertical, from 2-iron to 9-iron; for pitching wedge is 52o and sand wedge 58o.

2-iron: 18o         3-iron: 22o     4-iron: 26o      5-iron: 30o

6-iron: 34o         7-iron: 38o     8-iron: 42o      9-iron: 46o.

[Tech.]  The number of rounds (or holes) on a paper-binding (single) spiral wire for the 8½-inch side of a sheet of paper (of the standard size 8½-inch×11-inch).

[Tech.]  The “number system” code of an EAN-13 barcode for France’s products: 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36 and 37.

[Zip]  The values of the US non-denominated first-class postage stamps and later values, for the first ounce, starting 14 September 1975 at 10¢ to 44¢, in May 2009.

 Series * * A B C D E F G H * * * * * * Value (¢) 10 13 15 18 20 22 25 29 32 33 34 37 39 41 42 44

32 & 33, 34

[History]  The 32nd U.S. President: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Democrat, New York, 1933-1945).

His Vice Presidents were: John Nance Garner, (Texas, 1933-1941), the 32nd U.S. Vice President, Henry Agard Wallace (Iowa, 1941-1945), the 33rd U.S. Vice President and Harry S. Truman (Missouri) (1945), the 34th U.S. Vice President.

34 & 36

[History] The 34th U.S. President: Dwight David Eisenhower (Republican, Texas, 1953-1961).

His Vice President, Richard Milhous Nixon (California), was the 36th U.S. Vice President.