## Let's count to infinity!

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$(\sum_{n=1}^4n^3)-(3!)$
Spoiler! :
=94
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### Re: Let's count to infinity!

The percentage of the most commonly used confidence interval in statistical tests for experiments. (At which up to one in twenty results will be false positives.)

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=95, of course
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I was showing this to a friend last night; they noticed an entry seems to be missing. So:
IX
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This number upside down: 96
(or should I say rotated by pi)

Spoiler! :
96
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The highest prime of two digits (base 10)
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Internally Microsoft calls it "Memphis".

Most of us called it Windows 98.
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The number of bottles of beer on the wall. (Original American version)
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The final year of the 1st century.
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Math - It's in you to give.

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The atomic number of No
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APCO for "Stop transmission"

10-3

Lr seem like cheating, and CIII seemed lame.
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The norm of 2+10i.
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$\prod_{i=1}^5i - \sum_{i=1}^5i$

Could have used 5!, but I thought this form looked better.
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The number of distinct unlabeled trees with ten vertices.
Spoiler! :
106
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The exponent of the Mersenne prime 162 259 276 829 213 363 391 578 010 288 127.

That is, the value of k so that the above prime can be written as $2^k-1$
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Nine dozen.
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The 24th prime in the Euclid–Mullin sequence.

Spoiler! :
109
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bmonk,
Since you're technicaly ineligable, I'll fall back on the Roman standby and offer "Homonym of 6"
Spoiler! :
CIX sounds like six

PS: I'd somewhat given up on this, since you, I and occasionally Mike seem to be the only ones bothering.
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Yep, but we're a long way from infinity, and we can always hope others join in before we get there.

To continue the six theme:

The digits of six, in the base two, as read in base ten.
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The smallest three digit palindrome.

EDIT: It's the 2nd smallest. That probably puts it up for grabs again.
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