Sunday, October 04, 2009

100th Blog Post

Celebrating my 100th Blog post. It's apparently the thing to do.

What's so special about 100? It's one of those numbers.
A century. Ten tens. Special.
It can be written in many ways. As the product of squares.

As the sum of cubes.

A very old puzzle joins the digits 1 to 9, in that order, using only the usual signs of operations and brackets, to total 100.

Here's another solution to that puzzle.

The Romans used C, an abbreviation for Latin centum.

In Hebrew, the letter Kof is used to represent the number 100.

Base of the natural logarithm system, Euler's number, e, raised to the power approximately 4.60517 represents 100.

The common logarithm of 10 raised to the 100th power (duh!).

A multi-colored ten by ten cube.

1 comment:

Bonnie said...

I love the way you are celebrating your 100th post !! Can you believe you have done 100 posts ?? Wow ! I'm thrilled. I love every one of them !! Here's to the next hundred ... and the next hundred ... and ... well, you get my drift !