# 37 - Numberphile

Brown paper... They had a chalk board, and they did it on brown paper...﻿
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numberphile uses brown paper cause they like brown paper﻿
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numberphile hates trees﻿
it was funny when the brown paper suddenly showed up at the blackboard. No Numberphile video without brown paper, even if there is a blackboard ready to be used. EDIT: haha, there is a second one at 1:33﻿
If you think that's freaky, try 3 x 7 x (3 + 7 + 3) x 37 x 37 And see what you get.﻿
+Paulxo Try 37 x 73, reverse the number you get and then add it to the original answer.﻿
+Paulxo 373737﻿
Wouldn't it be easier to write...on the blackboard?﻿
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Board is dirty, I didnt think he'd bother lol﻿
+tjperez69 I was thinking the same. You wouldn't waste any paper.﻿
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Here's a cool one for ya: "Three sevens equals three times seven times three seven." 777 = 3 x 7 x 37﻿
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No doubt, though not those where the base number - 1 is a prime, I would have thought, but please check. (By the way, I made an error in my last comment. Should have said any 5-repdigit in base 16 divided by its digit sum gives 369D)﻿
Yes, and you'll find similar examples in other bases.﻿
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666? What are you, an Satanist?﻿
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+I just made it for yt acount  this is proof that numberphile is run by the illuminati .﻿
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I see 37 all the time.﻿
37 is my favorite number:)﻿
Works because 3 x 37 = 111. Another interesting product to exploit is 73 x 137 = 10001﻿
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