These road signs was found on southbound Loop 101 in Chandler, Arizona.

These road signs say...

+-----------+ +-----------+ | Exit 61 C | | Exit 61 B | | Loop 202 | | Loop 202 | +-----------+ +-----------+ the numbers are: 61 61 202 202 the math is: 61 - 61 + 202 = 202 more math: 61 / 61 x 202 = 202 commutative property: a + b = b + a and a x b = b x a let a = 61 and b = 202 61 + 202 = 202 + 61 61 x 202 = 202 x 61 61 is a prime number 202 has prime factors 2 and 101 202 doubled is 404 (Page Not Found HTTP status code) upper-case B has the Unicode value of 66 upper-case C has the Unicode value of 67 more math: (C - B) x (61 - 61 + 202) = 202This sign will not be submitted to RoadSignMath.com because RSM is not interested in these types of signs. A number subracted-from or divided-by itself is considered trivial math and TempeHiker agrees.

**Creator:** Gerald D. Thurman
[gthurman@gmail.com]

**Created:** 06 October 2006

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