These street signs at the corner of 7th Street and McDowell Road in Phoenix, Arizona. [picture taken 6/11/2016]

The street signs say...

+----------------+ | 7th St. 700 E | | <-- South I-10 | +----------------+the numbers are: 7 700 10 the math is: sqrt(700 / 7) = 10 more math: (700 % 7)! = log(10) rsCardinalityEval: log(700 / 7) + log(10) = 3 * There are three numbers in these street signs. ... spf(n) = the sum of the prime factors of n domain: n must be a composite number 700 is composite; spf(700) = 2+2+5+5+7 = 21 BARSfunc math: sqrt(7 * 700) / 10 = dup(7) BARSfunc math: 700 / 7 / 10 = dup(10) * dup(n) duplicates n enabling it to be used twice BARSfunc rsCardinalityEval: cuberoot(spf(700) + 7 - log(10)) = 3 * There are three numbers in these street signs. off-by-one BARSfunc rs37Eval: 7 + spf(700) + 10 = 37+1 * Whyrs37Eval? 37 Heaven @ http://thirty-seven.org off-by-one BARSfunc rsStateEval: 7 * 10 - spf(700) = 48+1 * Arizona was the 48th state admitted to the Union.

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

**Created:** 12 June 2016

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