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    What's your Pet Number?

    What do you mean, you don't have a Pet Number? How can one not...?

    Mine is 55. I'm glad you asked:

    Sum of the numbers 1 to 10.

    Sum of the squares of the numbers 1 to 5.

    The product of two primes.

    The difference between two squared numbers.

    Squared = 3,025; 30+25 = 55.

    The atomic number of cesium, the basis for accurate time keeping.

    In my version of sign language, what holding up both hands means.

    It's a Fibonacci number--the sequence which goes 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89...

    Unleash your cool Pet, over
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    55: It's the speed limit of the road I was driving 10 mph over and got a ticket two weeks ago

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    Don't understanв your question. Please details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostwriter View Post
    Don't understanв your question. Please details.
    Do you have a favorite number, and why is it your fav? Just a bit of whimsy
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    Are you a big fat zero? Take heart!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hannah Fry
    Nothing lies at the heart of science, engineering and mathematics.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hannah Fry
    the most ... powerful, number in history
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