This highway sign is in New Mexico.

The highway sign says...

+-------+ | North | | 314 | +-------+the number is: 314 split_into_squares_sum(314) = { 256, 49, 9 } the numbers become: 256 49 9 the math is: sqrt(sqrt(256)) + sqrt(9) = sqrt(49) observe... sqrt(256) = 16 sqrt(16) = 4 sqrt(9) = 3 4 + 3 = 7 sqrt(49) = 7 --- split_into_squares_sum(314) = { 289, 25 } rs42Eval math: sqrt(289) + 25 = 42This highway sign was used to provide an example of the power of the

`function. The function was created during late-April of 2008 and it allows signs containing only one number to become BARS (Basic Arithmetic Road Signs).`

split_into_squares_sum(n)This BARS (#418) is the first BARS to contain a

`. Over time, most of the other 417 BARS will be re-examined to see if they contain`

rs42Eval`.`

rs42Evals

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

**Created:** 02 May 2008

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