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*[[7¹¹]], equal to 1,977,326,743, is a convenience store open 28 hours a day (7:00 AM until 11:00 AM of the following day).\
*[[7¹¹]], equal to 1,977,326,743, is a convenience store open 28 hours a day (7:00 AM until 11:00 AM of the following day).
== Comics ==
== Comics ==

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This article attempts to list references specific and common mathematical issues.

Season 1

"Love's Labours Lost in Space" (1ACV04)

Season 2

"Xmas Story" (2ACV04)

"The Lesser of Two Evils" (2ACV06)

  • Flexo's and Bender's serial numbers, 3370318 and 2716057 respectively, are a sum of two cubes:
3370318 = 1193 + 1193
2716057 = 9523 + (-951)3

"Put Your Head on My Shoulders" (2ACV07)

"Raging Bender" (2ACV08)

Number 9 Raging Bender.jpg
  • This episode as well as in "I Dated a Robot", features the theater Loew's ℵ0-Plex. {w|Aleph number|ℵ (aleph)} is used in a sequence of numbers to represent the size of infinite sets. Also, the suffix -plex means how many screens in a cinema. In this case, the ℵ would indicate that there is a countably infinite number of screens in Loew theater. (it represents the cardinality, not the size).

"The Problem with Popplers" (2ACV15)

  • On the billboard that Leela again crashes, it shows how much Popplers were sold. It says: 3.8 x 1010 popplers sold. That number is the average distance from the Earth to the Moon (measured in centimetres).

"The Honking" (2ACV18)

  • Bender sees the number 1010011010 in the mirror. After the binary digits have been decoded, it reads "666".

Season 3

"Parasites Lost" (3ACV02)

  • In this episode, a sign reads Historic √66 (pronounced Historic Root 66, or Route) is a parody of the U.S. Route 66. It is also an irrational root.

"Insane in the Mainframe" (3ACV11)

  • The π-in-1 oil is an oil lubricant, with an irrational amount of oils in one.

"Future Stock" (3ACV21)

  • πth Avenue is an irrational evenue, one of the many irrational references by the Futurama writers.

Season 4

"Less than Hero" (4ACV04)

  • πkea is yet another irrational number reference.

Season 5

The Beast with a Billion Backs

  • In The Beast with a Billion Backs, Colleen can be seen wearing a shirt with a quantified statement at the church where Yivo is introduced. The statement reads "For all X, I Love (heart) X."

Bender's Game

  • In the beginning of Bender's Game, the Planet Express ship goes through various numbers, that are the digits of e. The number e, as π, is irrational and has infinite digits.

Season 6

"Rebirth" (6ACV01)

"Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences" (6ACV11)


"Channel √2 News"

Root 2 News.
  • While talking of irrational numbers, the √2 in Channel √2 News an irrational number itself, which means (possibly) that there are root signs on remote controls, and more irrational channels out there.


  • 7¹¹, equal to 1,977,326,743, is a convenience store open 28 hours a day (7:00 AM until 11:00 AM of the following day).


"The Bender You Say"

  • There is a game show aksing "What's the last digit of π?", and the man answers 7. But π is an irrational number, which means it doesn't end. He would be right if the statement "If there is a last digit of π, then it is 7" were true, and wrong if the statement "There is a last digit of π, and it is not 7" were true. In logic, the statement "if p then q" is only false if p is true and q is false.
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