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Benford's law states that in a huge assortment of number sequences - in listings, tables of statistics, random samples from a day's stock quotations, a tournament's tennis scores, the populations of towns, electricity bills in the Solomon Islands, and much more, the digit 1 tends to occur with probability ∼30%, much greater than the expected 11.1% (i.e., one digit out of 9).

Nigrini gained recognition by applying a system he devised based on Benford's Law to some fraud cases in Brooklyn.

The balance ternary system is also useful to solve the classical 2-pan balance puzzle."Sanqing" (also known as "Sanxing" or "Sancai"), in the Mystical Numbers of Taoism, represents the number 3 and symbolizes the Three Luminaries: Sun, Moon, Stars.

It also defines the concept of "Heaven, Mankind, Earth" as well as "Upper, Centre, Lower".

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-- The roots of the word two are hidden in the following words: balance, bezel, bicycle, binary, biscuit, combine, diploma, diptych, double, doubt, duel, duet, duplex, duplicate, pinochle; between, twist, twice, twill, twin; Mishnah.

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