Numbers 1001-1009

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1,001

[Calendar]   The first year of the 11th century.

[EECS]  The binary number represents the number 9 in base 10.

[Literature]    A group of stories in “The Arabian Nights” was translated from Arabic to French by Antoine Galland in 1700’s as “Mille et une nuits” or “A Thousand and One Nights”.

[Math.]   1,001 = 103+013.

[Math.]

1,001 = 11×91

1,000,001 = 101×9901

1,000,000,001 = 1,001×999,001

1,000,000,000,001 = 10,001×99,990,001

1,000,000,000,000,001 = 100,001×9,999,900,001

[Math.]   10012 = 1,002,001 and 1002–001 = 1001

10013 = 1,003,003,001 and 1003–003+001 = 1001

10014 = 1,004,006,004,001 and 1004–006+004–001 = 1001

10015 = 1005,010,010,005,001 and 1005–010+010–005+001 = 1001.

[Sport]  One of the popular beginning scores to play down to exactly zero in a dartboard game tournament: 301, 501, 601, 801 and 1001…, which always end with 01. Higher scores are usually played by teams.

[Trivia]  The value of the postal abbreviation of the state of Michigan, MI, as a Roman numeral.

[Zip]  The smallest number of a U.S. Postal Zip Code: Agawam, Massachusetts 01001.

1,002

[Math.]  Sequence of numbers 10…02 & odd powers)

1,0023 = 1,006,012,008 = (1006–012+008)3.

1,0025 = 1,010,040,080,080,032 = (1010–040+080–080+032)5

1,003

[Math.]   (Sequence of numbers 10…033 = 10…09,0…27,0…27)

1033 = 1092727,

10033 = 1,009,027,027,

10,0033 = 10009,0027,0027…

1,004

[Math.]  (Sequence of numbers 10…044 = 1,00…16,00…96,0…256, 0…256).

10044 = 1,016,096,256,256,

100044 = 1,0016,0096,0256,0256…

1,008

[Math.]

12×21 = 252 = 21×12

12×42 = 504 = 21×24          24×21 =    504 = 42×12

12×63 = 756 = 21×36          24×63 = 1,512 = 42×36

12×84 = 1,008 = 21×48       24×42 = 1,008 = 42×24

36×84 = 3,024 = 63×48       24×84 = 2,016 = 42×48.

1,009

[Math.]   The smallest 4-digit prime number. All numbers 19, 109, 1009, 10009 are prime and the next is 1,000,000,009.

[Math.]  (Sequence of numbers 10…09)

10092 = 1,018,081 = (1018–0–8–1)2 = 10092.

[Trivia]  The value of one of a few English word as a Roman numeral, “MIX”.

[Zip]   The smallest prime number to be a U.S. Postal Zip Code: Bondsville, Massachusetts 01009.

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