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Interesting facts about 20

Interesting facts about 20

The world is welcoming the New Year 2020. What is the specialty of number 20?

Here are certain interesting facts associated with number 20:

  • Number 20 is the smallest primitive abundant number.
  • As per numerology, number 20 has a special trait. It is a sensitive number.
  • The atomic number of calcium is 20.
  • It is the third magic number in physics.
  • The minimum number of moves required to solve a Rubik’s Cube are 20. These are the optimal moves required in the worst case for moves of a quarter or half turns.
  • 20 is used to measure visual activity. 20/20 vision indicates normal and perfect vision. A person with 20/20 vision can see objects at 20 feet clearly. 20/20 in the imperial system is equivalent to 6/6 in the metric system.
  • 20th century is a landmark in the history of human development. Many breakthrough innovations have been made in this century.
  • The number system in the ancient Mayan civilization was based on number 20.
  • Twenty is a hamlet in Lincolnshire, England.
  • Babies have 20 primary milk teeth and when they grow up, they will have 32 permanent or adult teeth.
  • Numerologists say that if you often encounter incidents related to 20, then it is a good sign in your life.
  • Research says that just one out of 20 people has perfect health.
  • 20 per cent of your deeds will contribute to 80 per cent of your results. In other words, nearly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. This is known as the Pareto principle or the law of the vital few. It is also known as 80/20 rule.
  • RBI introduced ₹20 currency note for the first time in 1972.
  • 20 is a tetrahedral number as 1, 4, 10, 20.
  • The age of majority in the past was 20 in Japan.
  • 20 is the age of maturity for adolescent boys and girls who complete their teens.
  • A standard dartboard is laid out in 20 sectors.
  • G20 Summit is the forum of 19 countries and the European Union.
  • Twenty20 is a form of limited-overs cricket. Here each team plays only 20 overs.

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