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◆◆ · By Astoria Bob · Published 2022-08-27T21:05:51.473Z

Note that the grid is all numbers!

To construct this crossnumber puzzle, I first blocked out a grid and randomly chose numbers to fill it. Then I went ahead and devised clues, some math-based, and some just interesting facts about the numbers in the grid. With numbers, it's easier to devise a dense grid, since every number except zero can go anywhere (zero can't start a "word"). Solvers, give it a try using Crosshare!

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1A

The 13th prime number

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Across

- 1AThe 13th prime number
- 3A10000110001001 in base 2
- 7ADCCLV in Roman numerals
- 8AArea code for Stockton and Modesto
- 9AUS Route from northern Indiana to Richmond, VA
- 11AASCII character code for full stop or period
- 12ASum of divisors is 256
- 13AThe age every middle aged person says they are
- 15A2^5
- 17AOriginal area code for Virginia
- 19AAlmost 1,000
- 20A7! + 10^3 + 6^2 + 2
- 21AObama, Aaron, McCovey, West, Maravich

Down

- 1D11 x 44 - 11
- 2DThree away from halfway between 100 and 200
- 4D628/5 in °F
- 5D3^6 + 75
- 6DArea of an isosceles triangle with base 298/5 and height 20
- 10DPythagorean triple 105, 608, ___
- 13D543 base 7
- 14DMultiple of 100
- 15DSum of digits is 5
- 16DAscending digits
- 18DThe number whose factorial starts with 13 and is 44 digits long

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