01000972300 seconds correspond to 31 years, 270 days, 7 hours, 51 minutes and 40seconds.
Let's do a mathematical trick with the number 0097230:
Take the first three digits: 009. Multiply it by 80 (009 * 80 = 720) Now add 1 (720 + 1 = 721) Multiply by 250 (721 x 250 = 180250) Add in the last four digits twice (180250 + (7230 * 2) = 194710) Substract 250 (194710 - 250 = 194460) Divide by 2 and... you've got the original number!: 97230
Calculating the determinant associated to the number 01000972300:
| 1 0 0 |
The determinant of the matrix:
| 0 9 7 |
| 2 3 0 |
Someone born on 7/2/30 would be probably 88 years old.
People's age matters! People act and are targeted differently depending on their age. For instance: any insurance company in UK could cover you with this age. Low insurance quotes.
At the same time, this kind of people is the most active in technology terms, and they usually have a cellphone. Mobile users under 30 use also mobile services like ringtone and game downloads.
You could write that number using Roman numerals this way: X(010) IX(009) MMMMMMMCCXXX(7230) ... or maybe this other way: X (010) IX (009) LXXII (72) XXX (30)
The Roman Empire did not have insurance companies, so romans didn't have life insurances or health insurances either. No insurance quotes to be paid or whatever. Undoubtely, those were better times... despite the existence of roman lawyers. They didn't use cell phones either. Much quieter life. Communications was done though alive messengers, such as slaves and carrier pidgeons, writing down in parchment paper and conveniently sealed.
The number converted to binary is: 111011101010011010000000001100
01 + 00 + 09 + 72 + 30 = 112 1 + 1 + 2 = 4 4 + = 4 The Number Seven is a powerful source of magic and has been related with religions since the start of time. It talks about planning, research, and power.
01000972300 GB pounds is equal to 1165231854.43eur with current conversion rate of 1.1641(GBP to eur)
Read with me! one milliard and nine hundred seventy-two million and three hundred DOLLARS