Shouldn’t the distribution be symmetric with respect to a (perhaps *the*) point?

You probably meant “breakdown”, but “breakout” might work here as well.

]]>Old statisticians never die; they just get broken down by age and sex. ðŸ˜€

]]>Note that all numbers are interesting. Assume that this is not the case. Then there must be a first non-interesting number. But that fact makes it interesting, so it is not a non-interesting number. Lather, rinse, repeat. Q.E.D.

]]>OK, we have Wikipedia:

83 is:

the sum of three consecutive primes (23 + 29 + 31).

the sum of five consecutive primes (11 + 13 + 17 + 19 + 23).

the 23rd prime number, following 79 (of which it is also a cousin prime) and preceding 89.

a Sophie Germain prime.[1]

a safe prime.[2]

a Chen prime.[3]

an Eisenstein prime with no imaginary part and real part of the form 3n âˆ’ 1.

a highly cototient number.[4]

]]>When Hardy visited Ramanujan in hospital, the former remarked that the registration number of the taxi was an unremarkable number: 1729. Ramanujan immediately said that it is the smallest number which can be written as the sum of two cubes in two different ways.

Where is Ramanujan when you need him? ðŸ™‚

]]>Large prime, not associated with any popular concept or common idea. No special relationship between digits (not sequential, not factors, …). Seemed like the most boring number I could think of.

]]>It is because ‘randomness’ is the fruit of our imagination. There is no such a thing in nature…

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