RoadHacker drove NM Hwy-14 (the Turquoise Trail) on Pi Day 2007 (i.e. 3/14). He found two road signs, but only off-by-one math has been found in both road signs. Math was found when the road signs were combined.

This road sign was found on southbound NM Hwy-14 on Pi Day 2007 in New Mexico.

The road sign says...

+------------------+ | San Antonio 1 | | Cedar Crest 5 | | Tuieras 7 | +------------------+ the numbers are: 1 5 7 the off-by-one math is: 7 - 5 = 1 + 1This road sign was found on northbound NM Hwy-14 on Pi Day 2007 in New Mexico.

The road sign says...

+-----------------+ | Golden 12 | | Madrid 23 | | Cerrillos 26 | | Santa Fe 46 | +-----------------+ | Turquoise Trail | +-----------------+ the numbers are: 12 23 26 46 the off-by-one Pi math: 23 / (46 - 26 - 12) = (23 - 1)/(8 - 1) = Pi observe... 22/7 approximates Pi (3.14)Math was found if the two Turquoise Trail roads signs are combined.

NM Hwy-14 South NM Hwy-14 North +------------------+ +-----------------+ | San Antonio 1 | | Golden 12 | | Cedar Crest 5 | | Madrid 23 | | Tuieras 7 | | Cerrillos 26 | +------------------+ | Santa Fe 46 | +-----------------+ the numbers are: 1 5 7 12 23 26 46 the math is: 23 + 26 - 46 + 7 + sqrt(5 - 1) = 12

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

**Created:** 16 March 2007

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