This is probably in the wrong section. Anyway, McGill's starting an 'undergrad math magazine' in which I want to contribute a little something I came up called 'Crossnumbers' in its recreation section. The idea is really self-explanatory. I've come up with a few 'interesting' integers already, but if you can think up of something, please contribute!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The numbers are to be filled in. The clues are on the right. For example:

999999: The Feynman Point

1729: Smallest integer expressible as the sum of two cubes in two different ways

762: The position in the decimal expansion of a certain number at which the Feynman point occurs

4294967297: First non-prime Fermat number

7427466391: First ten-digit prime in the decimal expansion of e

etc.

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