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 04-16-2012 #1 Brad Watson, Miami   Join Date: Apr 2012 Posts: 5 April 17 & square root of 17.4 = 4.17 Most are aware that Americans write the date month-first or April 17, while the rest of the world(?) writes the date day-first: 17 April. Tomorrow's date, therefore, has a unique mathematical quality that I believe(?) it only shares with January 1 (1/1). You see, the square root of 17.4 is 4.17 (~4.1713307). I believe this is the only day of the year that has this square root aspect to it? If you're not aware of it, Jesus the Nazarene was actually born on 17.4.6 BC. 'Coincidence'? Last edited by Brad Watson, Miami; 05-10-2012 at 01:36 PM..
 04-18-2012 #2 zacmarz     Join Date: Nov 2011 Posts: 945 Very cool __________________ The only real failure in life is the failure to try
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 Originally Posted by Brad Watson, Miami Most are aware that Americans write the date month-first or April 17, while the rest of the world(?) writes the date day-first: 17 April. Tomorrow's date, therefore, has a unique mathematical quality that I believe(?) it only shares with January 1 (1/1). You see, the square root of 17.4 is 4.17 (~4.1713307). I believe this is the only day of the year that has this square root aspect to it? If you're not aware of it, Jesus the Nazarene was actually born on 17.4.6 BC. 'Coincidence'?
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