**Interesting Facts**Numbers are one of the significant parts of our lives. Let's see few interesting facts about mathematics.

- The word hundred is derived from the word "hundrath", which actually means 120 and not 100.
- Zero is an even number.
- Zero is the only number that can't be represented in Roman numerals.
- (6 x 9) + (6 + 9) = 69.
- The most popular favourite number is 7.

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**Quotes on Mathematics**

Quotes about Math:

- "If people do not believe that mathematics is simple, it is only because they do not realize how complicated life is." -John Louis von Neumann
- "Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas." -Albert Einstein
- "Mathematics - the unshaken Foundation of Sciences, and the plentiful Fountain of Advantage to human affairs." -Isaac Barrow
- "I never did very well in math - I could never seem to persuade the teacher that I hadn't meant my answers literally." -Calvin Trillin
- "If equations are trains threading the landscape of numbers, then no train stops at pi." -Richard Preston