### BARS::100 Miles From Globe on AZ Hwy-77 in Tucson, Arizona

On 4 January 2013, RoadHacker saw a rsPiEval road sign on northbound AZ Hwy-77 in Tucson, Arizona. He was not able to get a picture, but he remembered the three numbers that were used in the road sign.

The road sign says...

```   +----------------+
| ???          3 |    [Catalina?]
| ???         14 |    [Oracle?]
| Globe      100 |
+----------------+
```
```   the numbers are:  3  14  100

rsPiEval:  3 + 14 / 100 = 3.14 ~= Pi
* 3.14 is Pi rounded to the nearest hundredth
* Pi ~= 3.1415926535897932384626

the math is:  14 % 3 = log(100)

rs42Eval:  3 * 14 * log(sqrt(100)) = 42
* 42 is the "Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything"

rsCardinalityEval:  3! / (100 % 14) = 3
* There are three numbers in this road sign.

rsCardinalityEval:  cuberoot(3 + 14 + sqrt(100)) = 3
* There are three numbers in this road sign.

off-by-one rsAgeEval:  100 % 3! * 14 = 55+1
* RoadHacker was 55 years young when he found this road sign.

off-by-one rsAgeEval:  summation(3!, sqrt(100)) + 14 = 55-1
* MathBabbler was 55 years young when he found this equation.
* summation(6, 10) = 6+7+8+9+10 = 40
```
##### Update::2013.01.20

Still no picture as of Sunday, 20 January 2013. None the less, I keep thinking about this road sign.

```   +----------------+
| ???          3 |    [Catalina?]
| ???         14 |    [Oracle?]
| Globe      100 |
+----------------+
```
```   the numbers are:  3  14  100

rs42Eval (number system): sqrt(10014) * 3 = 42
* 42 is the "Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything"

rs42Eval (number system): sqrt(1003) * 14 = 42
* 42 is the "Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything"

rsStateEval:  3 * (14 + log(100)) = 48
* Arizona was the 48th state admitted to the Union.

rsHwyEval (TI-83 calculator): 100 - 14 - 3 [x2 key] = 77
* This road sign is on AZ Highway-77,
```
##### Update::2013.03.09 (5 days from Pi Day 2013)

```   the numbers are:  3  14  100

rsHectoPiEval:  3 * 100 + 14 = 314
* Pi rounded to nearest hundredth is 3.14
* hecto- is 10^2; hecto-Pi = 10^2 * 3.14 = 314
* This is the first usage of the rsHectoPiEval.
```
##### Update::2013.03.16 (2 days after Pi Day 2013)

MathBabbler took a picture of this road sign on 15 March 2013.

```   +----------------+
| Oro Valley   3 |
| Catalina    14 |
| Globe      100 |
+----------------+

```

Creator: Gerald Thurman [gthurman@gmail.com]
Created: 12 January 2013 