This quite amazing triangular palindrome, (a number that reads the same way backwards as forwards), can be developed entirely by the various products formed using only one digit: the number one. We start off with the simplest possible product: 1[…]
Category: Number Curiosities
The triangular palindrome developed in Number Curiosities #1 can be expressed in an alternative arrangement. Consider the top row in the triangular palindrome. The number 1. This can be expressed as the fraction: The next row is the number 121[…]
What does 712 x 712 equal? Both the question and answer, ( 604938271603728395061729 or 724 ) are neither inspiring or particularly significant in themselves. However, when we can express the answer in the following neat triangular shape, the real magic[…]
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