Number 41

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[Chem.]  The atomic number of Niobium (Nb).

 

[History]  Montana became the 41st state of the U.S. on 8 November 1889.

 

[History]  The 41st U.S. President: George Herbert Walker Bush (Republican, Massachusetts, 1989-1993).

 

[History]  The Royal Salute is normally a 21-gun salute. On some occasions or anniversaries, if fired from a Royal Residence, it is a 41-gun salute and if fired from Tower of London, it is a 62-gun salute.

 

[Math.]  A prime number.

 

[Math.]  The only prime number that is the sum of 6 consecutive prime numbers: 41 = 2+3+5+7+11+13.

Also, it is the 13th prime number and is the sum of all prime numbers not greater than 13: 41 = 2+3+5+7+11+13.

 

[Math.]  41 = 1!2+2!2+3!2.

 

[Math.]  5986 = 2×41×73, using each of 9 digits 1-9 once.

 

[Math.]  14×82 = 1,148 = 41×28.

 

[Math.]  The smallest number whose cube is the sum of 3 cube numbers in 2 ways: 413 = 68921 = 403+173+23 = 333+323+63.

 

[Math.]  1353 = 3×11×41 is sum of 41 consecutive numbers from 13 to 53:  13+14+15+…+51+52+53 = 1353.

 

[Math.]  If a five-digit number abcde is a multiple of 41, then so are its digit-rotation numbers: bcdea, cdeab, deabc and eabcd.

 

[Math.]  A supersingular prime numbers factors of the order of the Monster group M: 246×320×59×76×112×133×17×19×23×29×31×41×47×59×71 = 808017424794512875886459904961710757005754368000000000.

 

[Music]  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote 35 violin sonatas, 41 symphonies.

 

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Liechtenstein and Switzerland.

 

[Tech.]  The “number system” code of an EAN-13 barcode for German’s products: 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44.

 

[Zip]  The first U.S. forever first-class stamps are sold on 14 May 2007 at the rate of 41 cents.

 

[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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[Movie]  Names of TV show/series or movie: Celsius 41.11.

 

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[History]  The 38th U.S. President: Gerald Rudolph Ford (Republican, Nebraska, 1974-1977).

His Vice President, Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller (New York, 1974-1977), was the 41st U.S. Vice President. There was no Vice President in some period of 1974.

 

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[History]  The 41st U.S. President: George Herbert Walker Bush (Republican, Massachusetts, 1989-1993).

His Vice President, James Danforth “Dan” Quayle (Indiana), was the 44th U.S. Vice President.