the number 73

73 (seventy-three) is the natural number following 72 and preceding 74. In English, it is the smallest integer with twelve letters in its spelled out name.

In mathematics

  • Seventy-three is the 21st prime number. The previous is seventy-one, with which it comprises the 8th twin prime. It is also a permutable prime withthirty-seven. 73 is a star number.
  • 73 is the largest minimal Primitive root in the first 100,000 primes. In other words, if p is one of the first 100,000 primes, then at least one of the primes 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, …, 73 is a primitive root modulo p.
  • 73 is the smallest prime congruent to 1 modulo 24.
  • 73 is an emirp, meaning that the reverse of 73, that is, 37, is also a prime number. Interestingly, 73 is also the 21st prime number while 37 is the 12th prime number.
  • The number 21 includes factors 7 and 3. The number 21 in binary is 10101 and seventy-three in binary is 1001001. Both are palindromes. In addition, of the 7 binary digits representing 73, there are 3 ones. Also, 37 + 12 = 49 (seven squared) and 73 + 21 = 94 = 47 × 2, 47 + 2 also being equal to seven squared. Additionally, both 73 and its mirror, 37, are sexy primes twice over, as 31, 43, 67 and 79 are all prime numbers.
  • Every positive integer can be written as the sum of 73 or fewer sixth powers (see Waring’s problem).
  • In base 5, the smallest prime with a composite sum of digits is 73.
  • 73 is the only prime repunit in base 8 (1118).
  • 73 is the smallest factor of the first composite generalized Fermat number in base 10 (104 + 1 = 10,001 = 73 × 137)
 The Number 73

The Logos Star - Sevenfold geometric representation of the prime Number 373

Who hath wrought and done it, calling the generations from the beginning? I the LORD, the first, and with the last; I am he.

Isaaih 41.4

He hath made the earth by his power, he hath established the world by his wisdom, and hath stretched out the heavens by his discretion.

Jeremiah 10.12

The prime Star Number 73 – with its palindromic Hexagonal pair 37 – forms the basis of theCreation Holograph:

Sum of Genesis 1.1 = 2701 = 37 x 73 = Sum(73)

The Numbers 37 and 73 are the Ordinal and Standard values of Wisdom:

Wisdom

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Hokmah

37 = 8 + 11 + 13 + 5 (Ord) pic
73 = 8 + 20 + 40 + 5 (Standard)

Likewise, these two numbers link the two values of the phrase “I am he” from Isaiah 41.4 (and elsewhere):

I am He

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Ani Hua

37 = 1 + 14 + 10 + 5 + 6 + 1 (Ordinal) pic
73 = 1 + 50 + 10 + 5 + 6 + 1 (Standard)

The Number 73 – along with the closely related prime 373 – forms the basis of Logos Holograph, where its meaning shines forth with particular clarity in such identies as:

Discerner

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Kritikos

730 =

Eyes

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Optholmoi

This is an example of how Multiples of Ten modulate between Hebrew and Greek words, typically amplifying more than altering the Hebrew meaning.


The Number 73

Wisdom

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Gimel / Camel [S# 1581]

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I am He [Is 41.4]

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I am the Almighty God (Ord) [Gen 17.1]

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Thy Creator (Ord) [Ecc 12.2]

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Life [Gen 2.7]

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And that he would shew thee [Job 11.6]

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Embryo [S# 1564]

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Galilee / Ring

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Grinding Mill [S# 2911]

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Man of God (Ord) [2Ki 1.10]

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Mount Zion (Ord) [Ps 48.3]

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Sickle [Joel 3.13]

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To trust [S# 2620]

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In science

In astronomy,

Messier object M73, a magnitude 9.0 apparent open cluster in the constellation Aquarius
The New General Catalogue object NGC 73, a barred spiral galaxy in the constellation Cetus
The Saros number of the solar eclipse series which began on 717 BC July and ended on 582 September. The duration of Saros series 73 was 1298.1 years, and it contained 73 solar eclipses.
The number of seconds it took for the Space Shuttle Challenger OV-099 shuttle to explode after launch.
  • 73 is the length of the Arecibo message, sent to space in search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

In other fields

73 is also:

  • The year AD 7373 BC, or 1973.
  • Amateur radio operators and other morse code users commonly use the number 73 as an “92 Code” abbreviation for “best regards”, typically when ending a QSO (a conversation with another operator). These codes also facilitate communication between operators who may not be native English speakers. [1] In Morse code, 73 is an easily recognized palindrome ( – – · · · · · · – – ).
  • 73 (also known as 73 Amateur Radio Today), was an amateur radio magazine published from 1960 to 2003.
  • The designation of USA Interstate 73, a freeway in North Carolina.
  • The registry of the U.S. Navy’s nuclear aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN-73), named after U.S. PresidentGeorge Washington.
  • No. 73 was the name of a 1980s children’s television programme in the United Kingdom. It ran from 1982–1988 and starred Sandi Toksvig
  • Pizza 73 is a Canadian pizza chain with 51 stores
  • Game show Match Game ’73 in 1973
  • Fender Rhodes Stage 73 Piano
  • Sonnet 73 by William Shakespeare
  • The number of the French department Savoie
  • On a CB radio, 10-73 means “speed trap at…”
  • According to character Sheldon Cooper of The Big Bang Theory – 73 is the best number. 73 is the 21st prime number, its mirror 37 is the 12th, its mirror 21 is the product of multiplying 7 and 3. In binary 73 is a palindrome: 1-0-0-1-0-0-1, which backwards is 1-0-0-1-0-0-1.

In sports[edit]

  • In international curling competitions, each side is given 73 minutes to complete all of its throws.
  • In baseball, the single-season home run record set by Barry Bonds in 2001.
  • In basketball, the number of games the Philadelphia 76ers lost in the 1972–73 season (9–73), the most losses in NBAhistory.
  • NFL: New England Patriots John Hannah’s retired #73
  • NFL: New York Jets Joe Klecko‘s retired #73
  • NFL: San Francisco 49’ers Leo Nomellini retired #73
  • NFL: In the 1940 NFL championship game, the Bears beat the Redskins 73–0, the largest score ever in an NFL game. (The Redskins won their previous regular season game, 7–3).
  • The rhythmic clapping at sporting events that precedes “Let’s Go!” is Morse code for “73”, an abbreviation meaning “best regards.” 73 was put at the end of 19th century telegraph conversations, as well as at the end of certain Ham radio exchanges. Clap-<pause>-clap-<pause>-clap-clap-clap<pause>clap clap clap <pause> equates to — — …(7) …— —(3).

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