26 on 29
26 is a Heptagonal Pyramidal Number.
26 can be Partioned 2436 ways.
Sum of the 5th, 6th, and 7th Fibonacci numbers = 5 + 8 + 13 = 26
Sum of the 5th through 8th numbers = 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 = 26
Sum of the 1st four Mersenne numbers = 26.
Difference in the 2nd pair of amicable numbers = 1210 - 1184 =26
26 is the only number to be directly between a square and a cube.
The Great Rhombicuboctahedron is an Archimedean Solid with 26 faces.
The Chemical Element Iron has an atomic number of 26.
K and I are married 26 years today.
I was wondering where all that twenty-six-itis was going. It's the number on my son's football jersey, too. I just spent two hours in a Canadian monsoon watching him practice. I'm pretty sure you're evening will be much better. Here's to the next twenty-six, bb and k. Cheers!
and many more happys to you.
Almost as cool as being married 26 years. Congratulations!
I guessed pretty early into the math lesson. Rhombacubowhaaaaaat?
Here's to 26 more!
Which you will celebrate in the year 2034!
I can hardly wait!
I never knew how important the number 26 was. Probably because I'm no good with numbers. Which is also why in high school I was the only Senior in Algebra I.
Postscript: I failed.
Happy Anniversary to you both! Hope you have a nice day together.
Stupid me, DUH.
And, you don't fool me. That's K's work with all those 26 and how to discombombulate it...HA HA
But boy, you make such a divine couple, you can multiply it by 26262626262626, 262626262626
26 years of loving togetherness is truly an achievement worth celebrating. I hope to someday be lucky enough to have as lovely a relationship and shared life as you and K have built together.
Here's to the next 26!
Didja get married when you were teenagers?!
Should I tell you how I was when you got married? Nah.... ;)
That's an awsome post!
K is a very lucky man.
I hope the boys give you two 26 hours alone together, to walk around naked and stuff.
I feel kinda ignorant because I have never heard of most of those mathematical terms you used. And I started college as a math major. Clearly, I changed majors.
(Sorry this is late. Am just catching up on all my blog readings.)