Number 37

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[Biology]  Normal human body temperature 37 oC = 98.6 oF. Recent studies show average normal human body temperature is 98.2 oF = 36.778 oC.

[Chemistry]  The atomic number of Rubidium (Rb).

[Gov.]  The only FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) position having an age restriction is the Special Agent position. The minimum age is 23 and the maximum age is 37.

[History]  Christopher Saxton published the first atlas in 1573 with maps of 37 countries.

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[History]  Nebraska became the 37th state of the U.S. on 1 March 1867.

[History]  The 37th U.S. President: Richard Milhous Nixon (Republican, California, 1969-1974).

[Math.]  A prime number, formed by the first 2 Mersenne prime numbers 3 and 7.

[Math.]  A prime number truncated from the largest known left-truncatable prime number 357,686,312,646,216,567,629,137. A bi-truncatable prime number.

[Math.]  An absolute prime number (or permutable prime number): both numbers 37 and 73 are prime or in fact, absolute prime.

[Math.]  374 = 1,874,161 = (18+7+4+1+6+1)4.

[Math.]  37×(3+7) = 33+73 = 370.

[Math.]

3×37 = 111

33×3367 = 111,111

333×333667 = 111,111,111

3333×33336667 = 111,111,111,111

33333×3333366667 = 111,111,111,111,111

[Math.]  If a three-digit number abc is a multiple of 37, then so are its digit-rotation numbers: bca and cab.

[Math.]

372 = 1369 = 1368+1

33672 = 11336689 = 11336688+1

333,6672 = 111,333,666,889 = 111,333,666,888+1

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[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) …

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

[Phone]  The U.S./NANPA 3-digit area codes cannot be numbers 37x or 96x. They are set aside for unanticipated purposes when a range of 10 contiguous codes are necessary.

[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

[Measure]  1 tael (of gold) = 37.5g (grams) approximately.

1 troy ounce = 31.083 g (grams).

35 & 37

[History]  The 35th U.S. President: John Fitzgerald Kennedy (Democrat, Massachusetts, 1961-1963).

His Vice President, Lyndon Baines Johnson (Texas, 1961-1963), was the 37th U.S. Vice President.

37 & 39, 40

[History]  The 37th U.S. President: Richard Milhous Nixon (Republican, California, 1969-1974).

His Vice Presidents were: Spiro Theodore Agnew (Maryland, 1969-1973), the 39th U.S. Vice President and Gerald Rudolph Ford (Nebraska, 1973-1974), the 40th U.S. Vice President.  There was no Vice President in some period of 1973.