These street signs are at 200 W. 1st St. and 200 S. Farmer Ave. in Tempe, Arizona.

The street signs say...

+---------------------+ | W 1st St 200 -> | ----------------------- | S Farmer Ave <- 100 | +---------------------+the numbers are: 1 200 100 the math is: log(sqrt(200 - 100)) = 1 rsPiEval: sqrt(200) - sqrt(100) - 1 = 3.14213562 observe... 3.14213562 rounded to nearest thousandth = 3.142 Pi = 3.14159265 3.14159265 rounded to nearest thousandth = 3.142 22/7 = 3.14285714 3.14285714 rounded to nearest thousandth = 3.143 more math: log(sqrt(100)) = 10^1 off-by-one math: 200 / 100 = 1 + 1 rsAgeEval: 200 / 100_{2}+ 1 = 51 * TempeHiker was 51 years young when he found these street signs. [exercise] using the rsAgeEval equation, solve for 100_{2}MathBabbler was taken by surpise that the corner of 1st St. and Farmer Ave. in Tempe ended up being a Pi corner. Thanks to these street signs, road signs that can be reduced down to the numbers 200 and 11 are

`rsPiEvals`

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

**Created:** 10 June 2008

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