BARS::Live Free or Die in New Hampshire

[10,12,16]

   the numbers are:  12  10  16

   the math is:  12 - 10 = sqrt(sqrt(16))
Update::2009.02.11
   the numbers are:  12  10  16

   rsAgeEval:  12 * sqrt(16) * log(10) = 48
   * RoadHacker 48 years young when he found this road sign
Update::2009.05.11

This BARS was updated after the rsStateEval was added to the BARS system.

   the numbers are:  12  10  16

   rsStateEval:  12 - sqrt(16) + log(10) = 9
   * New Hampshire was the 9th state admitted to the Union
Update::2009.09.19

This BARS was selected to be one of the BARS of the Week for week #5 of the fall 2009 semester.

   the numbers are:  12  10  16

   the math is:  12 % 10 = sqrt(sqrt(16))

   rsAgeEval:  10 * sqrt(16) + 12 = 52
   * MathBabbler was 52 years young when he found this equation.

   BARSfunc math:  sqrt(summation(sqrt(16), 10)) = spf(12)
   * summation(4, 10) = 4+5+6+7+8+9+10 = 49; sqrt(49) = 7
   * spf(n) = the sum of the prime factors of n
   * spf(12) = 2 + 2 + 3 = 7

   BARSfunc rsStateEval:  summation(12 - 10, sqrt(16)) = 9
   * New Hamphire was the 9th state admitted to the Union.

Creator: Gerald Thurman [gthurman@gmail.com]
Created: 20 December 2005

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RoadHacker Nanofoo

A drive north on I-91 in Vermont allowed us to visit to the Cornish-Windsor Bridge. This is the longest covered bridge in the U.S.A. The narrow bridge spans the Connecticut River and it connects Vermont with New Hampshire.

New Hampshire's motto: "Live Free or Die."