difference number

difference number

[′dif·rəns ‚nəm·bər]
(nuclear physics)
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Other even higher-numbered squares are likely to result in similar fashion as a consequence of the fact that the Russian number for 400 ("[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]") has a Cyrillic logorithm of 9, thus making possible numerous triples of concentric constant difference numbers less than a hundred, with 200 + numbers (adding 6 to the logorithm) and 400+ numbers (adding 9 to the logorithm).

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