3,217

[Math.]  A prime number. A Mersenne exponent: 23217–1 is the 18th Mersenne prime number.

 

3,232

[Sport]  One of soccer’s possible lineup tactics formations: 3-2-5 (3 defenders, 2 midfielders and 5 forwards). A slightly modified forwards line makes: 3-2-4-1 (1 striker) or 3-2-3-2 (2 strikers).

 

3,240

[Math.]  A triangular number (sum of all integers from 1 to 80): 3240 = 1+2+…+79+80.

 

3,240

[Math.]  Sum (in degrees) of all internal angles of a 20-side polygon.

 

3,241

[Sport]  One of soccer’s possible lineup tactics formations: 3-2-5 (3 defenders, 2 midfielders and 5 forwards). A slightly modified forwards line makes: 3-2-4-1 (1 striker) or 3-2-3-2 (2 strikers).

 

3,242

[Math.]  32422 = 10,510,564.

 

3,254

[Math.]  3254 = 33+2222+555+444.

 

3,256

[Math.]  148×(14+8) = 143+83 = 3,256.

 

3,257

[Math.]  A prime number whose 4 digits are the first 4 single-digit prime numbers: 2, 3, 5 and 7.


[Math.]  5,7232 = 32,752,729, starting with the root number backward, 3257.

 

3,261

[Literature]  The longest poem in the world, written by Patrick Huet (France) in 2006, “Pieces of Hope to the Echo of the World” has 7547 verses. It is an “acrostic” whose first letters of each verse spell out the text of 30 articles of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It is displayed on a roll of fabric of 3261 feet or about 994 meters.

 

3,267

[Math.]

(*)   332×9 = 1089×9 = 9,801 = 992 & 1089×9801 = 10,673,289 = 32672

1089…1089×9 = 9801…9801  & 1089…1089×9801…9801  = 3267…32672

 

(**)  10989×9 = 98901 & 10989×98901 = 1,086,823,089 = 329672

10989…10989×9 = 98901…98901 & 10989…10989×98901...98901 = 32967…329672

 

 (***)   109989×9 = 989901 & 109989×989901 = 108,878,221,089 = 3299672

109989…109989×9 = 989901…989901 &

109989…109989×989901...989901 = 329967…3299672

 

(****)  109…989×9 = 989…901 & 109...989×989…901 = 329…9672

 109…989...109…989×9 = 989…901...989…901  &

  109…989…109…989×989…901...989…901 = 329…967…329…9672.

 

3,280.84

[Measure]  3,280.84 feet = 1 km (kilometer).

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

 

3,294

[Math.]  Two multiples of number 3294, 3294×6 = 19,764 and 3294×7 = 23,058, use each of 10 digits 0-9 once.

 

3,297

[Math.]  The ratio 16485/3297 = 5, using each of 9 digits 1-9 once, shows how to arrange a 9-book set on 2 shelves to mark the book #5.

 

[Math.]  Two multiples of number 3297, 3297×7 = 16,485 and 3297×7 = 23,079, use each of 10 digits 0-9 once.