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[Chemistry]  The atomic number of Yttrium (Y).

 

[EECS]  39(W, KW or MW) is one of standard numerical values for resistors (of tolerance class 5%).

 

[History]  North Dakota and South Dakota became the 39th and 40th states of the U.S. on the same day: 2 November 1889.

 

[History]  The 39th U.S. President: James Earl Carter, Jr. (Democratic, Georgia, 1977-1981).

 

[Literature]  The number of plays written by William Shakespeare.

 

[Math.]  Sum of all prime numbers from 3 to 13 is the product of 2 numbers 3 and 13:

39 = 3´13 = 3+5+7+11+13.

 

[Math.]  7,254 = 39´186, using each of 9 digits 1-9 once.

 

[Math.]  13×93 = 1,209 = 31×39

             26×93 = 2,418 = 62×39

             13×62 =    806 = 31×26.

 

[Movie]  Name of TV show/series or movie: “The 39 Steps”.

 

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Italy and Vatican City.

 

[Science]  The number 1039 is duodecillion, in American system. In British system, duodecillion is 1072.

 

[Tech.]  Code 39 (or Code 3 of 9) is name of a kind of simple popular bar code, supporting the lower 128 ASCII characters.

 

[Theology]  The number of books in the Old Testament of the Holy Bible. 

 

[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.  

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[Measure]  39.37 inches = 1 m (meter).

(U.S. customary and metric units for linear measures).

 

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[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

 

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[History]  The 39th U.S. President: James Earl Carter, Jr. (Democratic, Georgia, 1977-1981).

His Vice President, Walter Frederick Mondale (Minnesota), was the 42nd U.S. Vice President.