### Bob Seger's 'Feel Like A Number'

MathBabbler was listening to KCDX (103.1 FM) while driving to SCC at about 5:40am on 18 November 2009 and he heard Bob Seger's "Feel Like A Number."

```   To workers I'm just another drone
To Ma Bell I'm just another phone
I'm just another statistic on a sheet
To teachers I'm just another child
To IRS I'm just another file
I'm just another consensus on the street
Gonna cruise out of this city
Gonna shout out at the ocean
Hey it's me
And I feel like a number
Feel like a number
Feel like a stranger
A stranger in this land
I feel like a number
I'm not a number
I'm not a number
Dammit I'm a man
I said I'm a man
```
##### Exercises
1. "Feel Like A Number" is from the "Stranger in Town" album, which was released in `1978`. The number `1978` has three prime factors that sum to `68` and one of the prime factors is `23`. The other two prime factors for `1978` are `_____` and `_____`.

2. "Feel Like A Number" peaked at number `48` in `1982`, which was `_________ years` after the "Stranger in Town" album was released.

3. `1982` is bi-prime (or semi-prime) because it has only two prime factors and they are `______` and `______`.

4. The fraction `48/1982` reduced to its lowest form is `_____/_____`.

5. The YouTube video clip for "Feel Like A Number" is `225 seconds` in duration, which in minutes and seconds is `____:_____`.

Creator: Gerald Thurman [gthurman@gmail.com]
Created: 18 November 2009