Numbers 17,000s

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17,000

[Geology]  Indonesia is an archipelago of more than 17,000 islands (with only 6,000 islands inhabited).

[Tech.]  As of 2009, there are about 17,000 man-made objects above 10 centimeters in size orbiting the Earth. And this number is constantly increasing.

17,082

[Math.]  The equality 5694×3 = 17,082 uses each of 10 digits 0-9 once.

17,235

[Math.]  Two multiples of number 3447, 3447×2 = 6894 and 3447×5 = 17,235, use each of 9 digits 1-9 once.

17,252

[Math.]  172522 = 297,631,504, a square using all 9 digits 0-9 once, except digit 8.

17,254

[Math.]  Two multiples of number 8627, 8627×2 = 17,254 and 8627×7 = 60,389, use each of 10 digits 0-9 once.

17,257

[Math.]  A prime number, formed by 2 consecutive Fermat numbers 17 and 257.

17,264

[Zip]  U.S. Postal Zip Code: Three Springs, Pennsylvania 17264.

17,296

[Math.]  A pair of amicable numbers (17296, 18416), found by an Arab mathematician Ibn Al-Banna.

17,298

[Math.]  Two multiples of number 8649, 8649×2 = 17,298 and 8649×7 = 60,543, use each of 10 digits 0-9 once.

17,344

[Math.]  173442 = 300,814,336 = (3008+14336)2.

17,360

[Zip]  U.S. Postal Zip Code: Seven Valleys, Pennsylvania 17360.

17,389

[Math.]  The 2000th prime number.

17,460

[Math.]  Two multiples of number 4365, 4365×4 = 17,460 and 4365×9 = 39,285, use each of 10 digits 0-9 once.

17,469

[Math.]  Each ratio 17469/5823 = 17496/5832 = 3, using each of 9 digits 1-9 once, shows how to arrange a 9-book set on 2 shelves to mark the book #3.

17,496

[Math.]  Each ratio 17469/5823 = 17496/5832 = 3, using each of 9 digits 1-9 once, shows how to arrange a 9-book set on 2 shelves to mark the book #3.

17,529

[Math.]  175292 = 307,265,841, one of 22 squares using all 9 digits 0-8 once.

17,568

[Math.]  Each ratio 15768/3942 = 17568/4392 = 23184/5796 = 31824/7956 = 4, using each of 9 digits 1-9 once, shows how to arrange a 9-book set on 2 shelves to mark the book #4.

17,568

[Math.]  Two multiples of number 8784, 8784×2 = 17,568 and 8784×5 = 43,920, use each of 10 digits 0-9 once.

17,576

[Math.]  263 = 17,576 = (1+7+5+7+6)3.

17,658

[Math.]  Each ratio 17658/2943 = 27918/4653 = 34182/5697 = 6, using each of 9 digits 1-9 once, shows how to arrange a 9-book set on 2 shelves to mark the book #6.

[Math.]  Two multiples of number 1962, 1962×2 = 3924 and 1962×9 = 17,658, use each of 9 digits 1-9 once.

[Math.]  Two multiples of number 5886, 5886×3 = 17,658 and 5886×5 = 29,430, use each of 10 digits 0-9 once.

17,689

[Math.]  Four square numbers using the same digits: 1332 = 17689, 1372 = 18769, 2812 = 78961 and 2862 = 81796.

17,711

[Math.]  The 22nd Fibonacci number.

17,716

[Math.]  The 2nd known amicable/sociable number chain: 14316 → 19116 → 31704 → 47616 → 83328 → 177792 → 295488 → 629072 → 589786 → 294896 → 358336 → 418904 → 366556 → 274924 → 275444 → 243760 → 376736 → 381028 → 285778 → 152990 → 122410 → 97946 → 48976 → 45946 → 22976 → 22744 → 19916 → 17716 → 14316. (of 28 links, currently the longest, found by Poulet, 1918)

17,778

[Math.]  177782 = 316,057,284, one of 22 squares using all 9 digits 0-8 once.

17,800

[Game]  The highest amount (U.S.\$) that a “Jeopardy!” player can theoretically get at the end of the first “Jeopardy!” round: (6×3000–200)×2 = 36,500. In the earlier years, it was only: (6×1500–100)×2 = 17,800.

17,816

[Math.]  178162 = 317,409,856, a square using all 9 digits 0-9 once, except digit 2.

17,956

[Math.]  17,956 = (–01+79+56)2 = 1342.

17nnn

[Zip]  U.S. Postal Zip Codes of Pennsylvania: 15nnn-18nnn and 190nn-196nn.