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Publisher, James Grime, Numberphile, Video, YouTube
Dr James Grime explains why 82 000 is an extraordinary number.
Consider the sequence 2, 3, 4, 82 000. This is the sequence of "smallest number > 1 whose representation in all bases up to n consists only of zeros and ones". [source]
27 June 2015 Edit: 5 July 2015
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