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NUMEROPEDIA


 The Special Encyclopedia of

Numbers for Everyone 

  Exploring a Number a Day!

... in various aspects of everyday life, world, history, sports, musics, geology, politics, literature, languages, theology, education, trivia, ...

and obviously in sciences, engineering & technology...

To wonderfully uncover and enjoy that...

… each number must exist in nature for some reasons.

… each number must be related to something in the world.

… each number must connect to other numbers in possibly unexpected ways.

... each number's amazing, fantastic, magical, wonderful, exciting, ridiculous and even nonsense, useless or meaningless aspects are still waiting for explorations & admiration! 

 

 

Special

Categories

–  Odd/Even  […<0]    [0<…<1] – 1/2  Specially Large Numbers

–  Infinity    Miscellaneous  Topics-Categories

1-digit numbers

0123456789

2-digit numbers

10-1920-2930-3940-4950-5960-6970-7980-8990-99

3-digit numbers

100200300400500600700800900

4-digit numbers

1K2K3K4K5K6K7K8K9K

5-digit numbers

10K20K30K  40K50K60K 70K80K90K

6-digit numbers

100K200K300K400K500K600K700K800K900K

7-digit numbers

1M2M3M4M5M6M7M8M9M

8-digit numbers

10M20M30M40M50M60M70M80M90M

9-digit numbers

100M200M300M400M500M600M700M800M900M

10-digit numbers

1B2B3B4B5B6B7B8B9B

11-digit numbers

10B20B30B40B50B – 60B70B80B90B

12-digit numbers

and Up

100B200B300B400B500B600B700B800B900B 

1T2T3T4T5T6T7T8T9T  10T 100T 1Q...

 

Introduction

Definitions & Notations

Topics & Categories

Challenging Problem

References

News & Links

Questions & Answers

Sequences of Numbers

 

Words & Numbers

Miscellaneous

Numbers in Intervals

 

List of Numbers-1

List of Numbers-2

List of Numbers-3

Numeropedia

Numeropedia 2

Numberopedia 3

Numberopedia

 

Challenging Problem: Given any two numbers, can we find some connections between them in any areas, or at least via links through pages of this Numeropedia?

Words and Numbers

Numbers for Today (Dates - Week - Months - Years)

 

NUMBERS in Mathematics and Literature...

- Fine poetry is the music of mathematics. Numbers singing.

- It is true that, a mathematician, who is not somewhat of a poet, will never be a perfect mathematician. (Karl Theodor Wilhelm Weierstrass)

 - Mathematician is a blind man in a dark room looking for a black cat which isn’t there. (Charles Darwin)                                                                                                                        ... More... 

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