Numbers 700-709

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700

[Calendar]  The last year of the 7th century.

[Math.]  The year of the first recorded use of the zero in Europe, even The concept of Zero has been introduced since the year 700 (although it might have been used by early Babylonians).

[Phone]  An NANPA/U.S. telephone area code for the toll-call (cost-per-call) telephone number. Service varies by long distance carrier. (NANPA: North American Numbering Plan Administration).

[Tech.]  A recordable CD-R or rewritable CD-RW has memory capacity of 700MB/80-minute recording or 650MB/74-minute recording.

701

[Calendar]  The first year of the 8th century.

[Math.]  A sequence of prime numbers: 71, 701, 7001, 70001 and 700001.

[Math.]  701 = 54+43+32+21+10.

[Phone]  The only telephone area code for the state of North Dakota, U.S.

702

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

703

[Math.]  A triangular number (sum of all integers from 1 to 37): 703 = 1+2+…+36+37.

[Math.]  88+209 = 297 and 88,209 = 2972 and 494+209 = 703 and 494,209 = 7032 and 297+703 = 1000.

[World]  The ISO country code for Slovakia (Slovak Republic). (ISO-3166)

704

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

705

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

706

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

707

[Tech.]  Boeing 707 airplane, deigned in 1954, first flight on 20 December 1957, was the first member in the family of passenger airplane/jetliner models “7n7”: 707, 717, 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, 777, 7E7 and 787. It flew higher (up 40,000 feet), faster (cruising speed 607 mph) and longer (non-stop flight distance is 6,160 miles) with more passengers (capacity up to 189) than any airplane at that time.

708

709

[Math.]  A prime number.

[Math.]  6313+4613+1933 = 356,400,829 = 7093.  The smallest prime whose cube power is sum of 3 different cube of prime numbers.

700-709

[Library]  Numbers 700-799 are the first 3 digits in Dewey Decimal Classification System call numbers for library books in Fine Arts (Painting, Music, Sport and Photography…). Numbers 700-709 are for general & dictionary works.