This road sign is on CA Hwy-62 at its junction with CA Hwy-177 in California.

The road signs say...

+------------------+ | Parker 58 | | Desert Center 27 | +------------------+the numbers are: 58 27 rsStateEval: 58 - 27 = 31 * California was the 31st state admitted to the Union. rsCardinalityEval: cuberoot(sqrt(58 + cuberoot(27)!)) = 2 rsCardinalityEval: sqrt(58 % 27) = 2 * There are 2 numbers in this road sign. BARSfunc rs37Eval: spf(58) + sqrt(spf(27))! = 37 BARSfunc rs37Eval: spf(58) + cuberoot(27)! = 37 * Whyrs37Eval? 37 Heaven @ http://thirty-seven.org * spf(n) = the sum of the prime factors of n domain: n must be a composite number * spf(58) = 2+29 = 31; spf(27) = 3+3+3 = 9MathBabbler didn't realize that this road sign contained a

rsStateEvalwhen he created this video.

## Update::2015.08.03

Desert Center made the news during late July of 2015 when a bridge on I-10 just east of Desert Center got washed out by heavy rain.

rsAgeEval: cuberoot(58^cuberoot(27)) = 58 * MathBabbler was 58 years young when he found this equation.

**Creator:** Gerald Thurman
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**Created:** 22 May 2015

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