This entrance sign is to the National Solar Observatory located atop New Mexico's Sacramento Peak.

The entrance sign says...

+--------------------------------+ | Welcome to the | | National SolarObservatory | | at Sacramento Peak | | Visiting Hours: Daily, 8am-6pm | | please drive carefully | | CAUTION | | Altitude: 9,250 feet | | 2,819 meters | | Please Walk Slowly | +--------------------------------+the numbers are: 8 6 9250 2819 the math is: 8 - 6 = ceil(9250 / 2819) * 9250 / 2819 = 1.81143739 more math: floor(8 / 6) = floor(9250 / 2819) ceil(8 / 6) = ceil(9250 / 2819) * 8 / 6 = 1.33333333 keeping the units attached to the numbers 9250 and 2819: let... 9250 ft / 2819 m = 1 the numbers are: 8 6 1 rsStateEval: 8 * 6 - 1 = 47 * New Mexico was the 47th state admitted to the Union BARSfunc math: sqrt(summation(1, 8)) = 6 * summation(1, 8) = 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8 = 36 BARSfunc math: defactorial(6) - 1 = cuberoot(8) * defactorial(6) = 3 because 3! = 6 spf(9250) = 2+5+5+5+37 = 54 ... 2819 is prime * spf(n) = the sum of the prime factors of nNM Hwy-6563 is used to get to the National Solar Observatory and 6563 is a prime number.

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**Creator:** Gerald Thurman
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**Created:** 13 August 2009 (posted 15 August 2009)

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