# Connection between your age and periodic table

Hi I brilliant members made this note because I think it would be fun and it will help us socialize a little I guess.So getting back to the point the challenge is to connect your age to any math related events or the periodic table etc.

Note by Mardokay Mosazghi
7 years ago

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@Mardokay Mosazghi, I too am Phosphorous but I will become Sulphur on $18^{\text{th}}$.

- 7 years ago

LOL :D

- 7 years ago

Ha Ha

- 7 years ago

But on brilliant, your age is 14?

- 7 years ago

Yeah I don't know how to change it.

- 7 years ago

Click the cog icon next to your name and click account settings. Browse through al the tabs till you get the right one.

- 7 years ago

Thanks by the way what time is it in Australia now

- 7 years ago

8:44 PM

- 7 years ago

I am Gadol, which in Hebrew can mean, "great", or "hilarious", depending on who you ask. Look up the metal element that starts with gadol.

- 7 years ago

I am an element which has 6 allotropes(identified by each one's colour) and forms almost 10 acids( or oxoacids to be precise). I am also never found as a free element in earth. What am I?.......I am phosphorous!!!

- 7 years ago

i became cCl i became Cl today....

- 7 years ago

Base (me) is a better base to write terminating decimals if you think about it. I am magnesium. I am a dozen. I am a composite number, the smallest number with exactly six divisors. I am also a highly composite number, the next one being 24. I am the first composite number of the form p^2q; a square-prime. I am an factor sum of 16. Accordingly, I am the first abundant number (in fact a superabundant number). Only 2 other square primes are abundant (18 and 20). Who am I? (These should be enough clues)

- 7 years ago

You spelt periodic wrong.

- 7 years ago

sorry going to edit it

- 7 years ago

I don't think you can.

- 7 years ago

Ah it is the title dang it

- 7 years ago

Did not connect my age, but my birthday

$25/10/1997\ :\\ 2*5=10\\ 5^2=25\\$ Also $10$ is the first two digit number in any base.

My age is $16$ and nobody would be able to light a matchstick without me.

Also my name abbreviated is $mgh$ one of the most used Potential energies in Phsics.

In chemistry, $MgH_2$ is a potential Hydrogen Fuel Storer.

- 7 years ago

how to actually get the relation?

- 7 years ago

I am $\boxed{P}$, but in a week I shall be $\boxed{S}$. The lightest containing both of those elements is sulfanylidenephosphanide, which has the structure $[P-]=S$ (a phosphorus ion double bonded to a sulphur atom).

- 6 years, 11 months ago