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In 1796, Gauss discovered how to construct a regular 17-gon with a ruler and compass.
The largest triangular Fibonacci number.
The hyperfactorial of 3: 1 x (2×2) x (3x3x3).
The number of different space groups that describe possible crystal packing symmetries.
The third perfect number.
The product of 3 consecutive prime numbers: 7 x 11 x 13.
The number of ways to tile a 6 x 10 rectangle with the full set of pentominoes.
The sum of the numbers 1-100, which Gauss calculated instantly, impressing his teacher.
What is your favorite number?