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July 12, 1989 | T.R. REID, The Washington Post
After spending a good deal of time with Rajan Mahadevan--after he had recited, from memory, the first 30 digits of Euler's constant, after he had written, in his rapid-fire left-handed chicken scratch, a block of 50 random digits he had last seen at 9:15 a.m. on Oct.
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January 7, 1990 | NANCY SHULINS, ASSOCIATED PRESS
It's only fitting that Rajan's story begin with a number: MYX1689, the number that started it all. MYX554 was the license plate on the second car that pulled up to the house in Mangalore, India, where his parents were having a party. MYX558 was the third. Some other 5-year-old might have sung a song or passed hors d'oeuvres to show off to the grown-ups: Rajan Srinivasen Mahadevan recited the license plates of all 40 cars in the order in which they had been parked.
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January 7, 1990 | NANCY SHULINS, ASSOCIATED PRESS
It's only fitting that Rajan's story begin with a number: MYX1689, the number that started it all. MYX554 was the license plate on the second car that pulled up to the house in Mangalore, India, where his parents were having a party. MYX558 was the third. Some other 5-year-old might have sung a song or passed hors d'oeuvres to show off to the grown-ups: Rajan Srinivasen Mahadevan recited the license plates of all 40 cars in the order in which they had been parked.
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July 12, 1989 | T.R. REID, The Washington Post
After spending a good deal of time with Rajan Mahadevan--after he had recited, from memory, the first 30 digits of Euler's constant, after he had written, in his rapid-fire left-handed chicken scratch, a block of 50 random digits he had last seen at 9:15 a.m. on Oct.
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