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# Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

## Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

I almost missed it!

I'd offer to send you an engine, but I am sure you already have it in triplicate

Hope your day was a good one!

I'd offer to send you an engine, but I am sure you already have it in triplicate

Hope your day was a good one!

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Just saw that too.

Happy Birthday Jason!

I too hope you had a great birthday!

Happy Birthday Jason!

I too hope you had a great birthday!

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Nothin like waiting till the last minute or two.......HAPPY BIRTHDAY! !

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Thanks guys!

I feel old. Almost qualify for senior discounts now

I feel old. Almost qualify for senior discounts now

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Jason....you have a long way to go.. I'm

Just the other side of 50 and can tell you your not old.

I'm still in Denial... I still through out the aarp membership mail.## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Jason_WI wrote:Thanks guys!

I feel old. Almost qualify for senior discounts now

Jason....you have a long way to go.. I'm

Just the other side of 50 and can tell you your not old.

I'm still in Denial... I still through out the aarp membership mail.

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Happy Birthday Jason. I can't wait to buy Cox engines with a senior discount.

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Sorry I new it was coming and still missed it now that's when you know your getting there ,, HAPPY BITHDAY YOU OLD FART !! Eric

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Nothing more interesting than a number.

Forty is not old but is there anything special about it? It does mean that for this year you haven't reached a prime!

Forty just happens to be a composite number, an octagonal number, and as the sum of the first four pentagonal numbers, it is a pentagonal pyramidal number. Adding up some subsets of its divisors (e.g., 1, 4, 5, 10 and 20) gives 40, hence 40 is a semi perfect number.

Given 40, the Mertens function returns 0. 40 is the smallest number n with exactly 9 solutions to the equation φ(x) = n.

Forty is the number of solutions to the seven queens puzzle. The seven queens puzzle is the problem of placing seven chess queens on an 8×8 chessboard so that no two queens threaten each other.

Since (40x40) + 1 = 1601 is prime, 40 is a Størmer number an arc-cotangent irreducible number, named after Carl Størmer, is a positive integer n for which the greatest prime factor of (n2 + 1) meets or exceeds 2n.

40 is a repeated digit in base 3 (1111) and a Harshad or Niven number in base 10. It is an integer that is divisible by the sum of its digits when written in that base

40 and "The Rule of Three" - If you have a topic which is broken down into three sections, each of these is broken down into three sub-sections and each of these three sub-sections is broken down into a further three sections (three generations using the "rule of three") gives you a total of 40 sections (1+3+9+27).

It is the atomic number of zirconium.

Minus forty is the unique temperature at which the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales correspond; that is, −40 °F = −40 °C.

Happy Birthday

Forty is not old but is there anything special about it? It does mean that for this year you haven't reached a prime!

Forty just happens to be a composite number, an octagonal number, and as the sum of the first four pentagonal numbers, it is a pentagonal pyramidal number. Adding up some subsets of its divisors (e.g., 1, 4, 5, 10 and 20) gives 40, hence 40 is a semi perfect number.

Given 40, the Mertens function returns 0. 40 is the smallest number n with exactly 9 solutions to the equation φ(x) = n.

Forty is the number of solutions to the seven queens puzzle. The seven queens puzzle is the problem of placing seven chess queens on an 8×8 chessboard so that no two queens threaten each other.

Since (40x40) + 1 = 1601 is prime, 40 is a Størmer number an arc-cotangent irreducible number, named after Carl Størmer, is a positive integer n for which the greatest prime factor of (n2 + 1) meets or exceeds 2n.

40 is a repeated digit in base 3 (1111) and a Harshad or Niven number in base 10. It is an integer that is divisible by the sum of its digits when written in that base

40 and "The Rule of Three" - If you have a topic which is broken down into three sections, each of these is broken down into three sub-sections and each of these three sub-sections is broken down into a further three sections (three generations using the "rule of three") gives you a total of 40 sections (1+3+9+27).

It is the atomic number of zirconium.

Minus forty is the unique temperature at which the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales correspond; that is, −40 °F = −40 °C.

Happy Birthday

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Yeah, what Ian said.

Hope it was a fun one.

Bob

Hope it was a fun one.

Bob

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Happy birthday jason! hope you have a good one

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Oh to be 40 again... no wait, Life's good. You have a lot to look forward to, Jason. Happy Birthday!

Rusty

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Thanks guys.

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

happy birthday! hope you have a good time!

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

me too lolduke.johnson wrote:Happy Birthday Jason. I can't wait to buy Cox engines with a senior discount.

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There he goes again. Making us all feel dumb.

40 years? Piece of cake. It's the next 40 that gets hard. Hope you had a great day.

Rod.## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

ian1954 wrote:Nothing more interesting than a number.

Forty is not old but is there anything special about it? It does mean that for this year you haven't reached a prime!

Forty just happens to be a composite number, an octagonal number, and as the sum of the first four pentagonal numbers, it is a pentagonal pyramidal number. Adding up some subsets of its divisors (e.g., 1, 4, 5, 10 and 20) gives 40, hence 40 is a semi perfect number. Given 40, the Mertens function returns 0. 40 is the smallest number n with exactly 9 solutions to the equation φ(x) = n.

Forty is the number of solutions to the seven queens puzzle. The seven queens puzzle is the problem of placing seven chess queens on an 8×8 chessboard so that no two queens threaten each other. Since (40x40) + 1 = 1601 is prime, 40 is a Størmer number an arc-cotangent irreducible number, named after Carl Størmer, is a positive integer n for which the greatest prime factor of (n2 + 1) meets or exceeds 2n. 40 is a repeated digit in base 3 (1111) and a Harshad or Niven number in base 10. It is an integer that is divisible by the sum of its digits when written in that base 40 and "The Rule of Three" - If you have a topic which is broken down into three sections, each of these is broken down into three sub-sections and each of these three sub-sections is broken down into a further three sections (three generations using the "rule of three") gives you a total of 40 sections (1+3+9+27). It is the atomic number of zirconium. Minus forty is the unique temperature at which the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales correspond; that is, −40 °F = −40 °C.

Happy Birthday

There he goes again. Making us all feel dumb.

40 years? Piece of cake. It's the next 40 that gets hard. Hope you had a great day.

Rod.

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

I merely wish to present a plethora of plenteous pulchritude for your delight and delectation arising from my quantophrenia.

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

HEY! Didn't the WHO make an album called Quantophrenia ??/

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

Happy Birthday Jason! 40 is not old.I am at 55 and I feel like I am still 30!

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Hey, 247, when you're a senior there'll be electric planes that get 75 hours of power from a drop of alcohol in a fuel cell.

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## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

cox24711 wrote:me too lolduke.johnson wrote:Happy Birthday Jason. I can't wait to buy Cox engines with a senior discount.

Hey, 247, when you're a senior there'll be electric planes that get 75 hours of power from a drop of alcohol in a fuel cell.

Rusty... wants to live forever!

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cool eh the name is greg## Re: Happy Birthday Jason!!!!

RknRusty wrote:cox24711 wrote:me too lolduke.johnson wrote:Happy Birthday Jason. I can't wait to buy Cox engines with a senior discount.

Hey, 247, when you're a senior there'll be electric planes that get 75 hours of power from a drop of alcohol in a fuel cell.

Rusty... wants to live forever!

cool eh the name is greg

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