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Posted: 23 Jan 19 16:43

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The new year of 2019 is almost upon us, and a group of mathematics boffins are celebrating that it is the first time for a century that the individual digits of the year have added up to 12! This year - 2018 - the four digits added up to 11, and the last time that happened - before 2009, of course! - was way back in 1910, but for the four digits to add up to 12, we have to wind back the clock t.....

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Posted: 23 Jan 19 16:44
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Posted: 24 Jan 19 22:18
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