350

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Gibraltar.

 

[Tech.]  A family of passenger airplane/jetliner Airbus: A-300 (and shorter variant A-310), A-320, (shorter variants A-318, A-319 and stretched variant A-321), A-330, A-340, A-350 and A-380 (as of 2006).

 

[Tech.]  Ford F-series pickups: F-100, F-150, F-250 and F-350…

 

351

[Math.]  A triangular number (sum of all integers from 1 to 26): 351 = 1+2+…+25+26.

 

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Portugal.

 

352

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Luxembourg.

 

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

 

[World]  The ISO country code for Iceland. (ISO-3166)

 

353, 354 & 355

[Calendar]  The number of full days in a Chinese lunar (or lunisolar) non-leap/ordinary year: 353, 354 or 355.

 

[Calendar]  The number of full days in a Buddhist calendar year: 354, 355, 384, or 385.

 

353

[Math.]  A palindromic prime number.

 

[Math.]  3534 = 3154+2724+1204+304 = 15,527,402,881. The smallest prime number whose 4th power can be expressed as sum of four 4th powers.

 

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Republic of Ireland.

 

354

[Math.]  The denominator of the 58th Bernoulli number.

 

[Math.]  354 = 14+24+34+44.

 

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Iceland.

 

[Calendar]  The average number of days in a lunar year: 354.36707 days.

 

355

[Calendar]  The number of full days in a Buddhist calendar year: 354, 355, 384, or 385.

 

[Measure]  A popular volume (ml or 12 fluid ounces) of a soft drink can or bottle.

 

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Albania.

 

356

[Math.]  356 = 26+44+62.

 

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Malta.

 

[Tech.]  The longer side (mm, millimeters) of the U.S. standard paper size “Legal” (356 mm×216 mm or 14 in×8.5 in).

 

[World]  The ISO country code for India. (ISO-3166)

 

357

[Math.]  357 = 08+26+44+62+80.

 

[Math.]   

33×34 = 1122

33×35 = 1155

33×36 = 1188

33×37 = 1221

33×47 = 1551

33×57 = 1881

 

333×334 = 111,222

333×335 = 111,555

333×336 = 111,888

333×337 = 112,221

333×347 = 115,551

333×357 = 118,881

 … (generalizable pattern) … 

 

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Cyprus.

 

357.2

[Tech.]  The French train V150 set the world speed record 357.2mph = 574.8km/h for a conventional rail train (April 03, 2007).

 

358

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Finland.

 

359

[Math.]  A prime number.

 

[Phone]  International telephone dialing code for Bulgaria.

 

[Science]  The molar volume (ideal) at STP (standard conditions of temperature and pressure: 0 oC and 1 atm): 359.04 ft3/lb-mol = 22.414 l/mol (liters/mole).

 

 350-359

[Library]  Numbers 300-399 are the first 3 digits in Dewey Decimal Classification System call numbers for library books in Social Sciences (Economics, Government and Education…). Numbers 350-359 are for books in Public Administration and Services.