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This is a really strange question and I wasn't sure where to post it, but I need those who are well versed in physics and math to help with this. I recently started a new band and we came up with the symbol "1_" as our logo. We had a name, One Unknown, but we found out that it was already taken and now we need to change it. I think that a mathematical term could really work for a name and that's why I came here. I was thinking something like Open set, but I'd like to use something that uses One.

The story behind the symbol is that 11 and 13 are the lucky numbers of the two band members. We didn't want to use 11:13 becuase we thought the 13 might turn off some superstitious people, so we decided on 1_, the blank acting as a variable (either a 1 or a 3).

So, in short, sorry for wasting space on the forum with this question, but we'd really appreciate it if you could help us with a name!

Thanks in advance!

EDIT: Oh, and if you'd like to hear our music you can hear it here: "soundcloud.com/oneunknownmusic/ill-be-there-for-you" [Broken]

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# Physics and mathematical terms dealing with 1_

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