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Topic: follow-up puzzle
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Jonathan Halabi

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Re: follow-up puzzle
Posted: Jan 14, 2013 3:37 PM
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Interesting result if you consider the same question in base 5.

Jonathan Halabi
HS of American Studies
the Bronx

On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 8:08 PM, Evan Romer <> wrote:

> A follow-up to the "digits of 2013" question, a little harder:
> The recent stretch of years with repeated digits is surprisingly long (26
> years). Was it the longest such interval since the year 1? Clearly no: the
> 1100's had a lot of years with repeated digits. Is it the second longest?
> Evan Romer
> Susquehanna Valley HS
> Conklin NY
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