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Aperiodvent, Day 18: Numbers Aplenty

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Ever wanted to look up a number and find out all kinds of things about it (like, if you’re making a mathematical advent calendar and want interesting facts about the date each day)? No longer do you have to sift through all the tedious non-maths facts you get if you look up a number on Wikipedia: there’s Numbers Aplenty, which allows you to type in any integer up to 15 digits long, and it’ll tell you a long list of the interesting mathematical properties it has. Integeresting!

This is part of the Aperiodical Advent Calendar. We’ll be posting a new surprise for you each morning until Christmas!

 

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