A page of the Numeropedia - the Special Encyclopedia of Numbers
[Chemistry] The atomic number of Praseodymium (Pr). An element in the Lanthanide series: Lanthanum (57) to Lutetium (71).
[Math.] A right-truncatable prime number.
[Math.] The smallest case of 3 consecutive prime numbers in an arithmetic progression (of common difference 6): 47, 53 and 59.
[Math.] 8614 = 2×59×73, using each of 9 digits 1-9 once.
[Math.] A supersingular prime numbers factors of the order of the Monster group M:
[Sport] In golf, the score 59 is considered a difficult barrier, usually for the par-72 golf course.
[Sport] The maximum time length for a 15-round boxing match; one-minute break between two 3-minute rounds.
(To be checked).