While it’s not upside-down or reversible (C8), for Peter Smith of Balgowlah Heights the year 2022 has its own rhythm and equipoise when revealed as MMXXII. Michael Shillito of Wentworthville advises us of the twice-yearly incident that is Footy Rating Day, when the date is an AFL Rating. This year will be 3rd April (3. 4. 22)and second October (2. 10. 22 ). The most well-known Footy Rating Day saw the Western Bulldogs break their premiership dry spell on 1. 10. 16. Christine Browning of Cronulla keeps in mind that she and
her child share the exact same digits as Patricia Fairall and child (C8), and were marvelling about it just recently. We questioned if a mathematician is thrilled about the numbers, or is it insignificant? There’s no indicator that it’s been a reason for enjoyment, however there have actually been a
couple of responses provided by some mathematically competent Column 8 readers regarding the cause. According to Alice Thomas of Concord, The turnaround of age and year of birth(C8) will happen if the distinction in age of moms and dad and kid is a numerous of 9. On The Other Hand, John Rand of Belrose observed that the following number sets worked well for birthdays
(C8)in 2021: 29 and born 1992 coupled with 92 and born 1929; 38 and born 1983 coupled with 83 and born 1938; 56 and born 1965 coupled with 65 and born 1956. You’ll need to wait 11 years(2032) to see comparable sets once again, as they happen every 11 years. As far as Granny is worried, the present fixation on numbers and dates in Column 8 throughout what is typically the drowsy month of January is COVID’s fault, caused by our easy to understand fixation on day-to-day tallies of case numbers, tests, hospitalisations and deaths. It is likewise doing her head in. So, it is with some nervousness that she uses this concern from Ted Richards of Batemans Bay, based upon his earlier Column 1 to 8(C8 )experience. What number would today’s column be if they had been consecutively numbered from Column 1? If you feel the requirement for more estimations in your life, have a go at it. Simply keep in mind, that’s 75 years to January 11, 6 columns a week up until June 10, 2017 and 5 afterwards. Oh, and the Herald has actually never ever released on Christmas Day, so that likewise requires to be represented. Off you go; your benefit will be your name in Column 8 and boasting rights as a human abacus. No accessories, please. Include name, residential area and daytime phone.