9000

**>9000**^{1)}, along with **=42**^{2)}, are very important values in the world of high performance computing. Listed below are just some examples where the inequality provides the correct answer.

- What is the volume in cm
^{3}of the CHPC's board room? - What is the maximum number of KFLOPS achievable by my SAMSUNG GALAXY S3?
- What is the median age, in days, of CHPC's employees?
- How many millilitres of the hot beverage known as coffee do CHPC staff consume in one week?
- How many metres of loo paper are flushed down CHPC toilets in a working week?
- What value would CHPC's stolen cutlery amount to on the black market?
- What is the sum of all the dice rolls in the tea room?

- How many kilometres must an unladen swallow fly between Cape Town and Cairo?
- What is the square root of the speed of light (in ms
^{-1})?^{3)}

Interestingly – if the swallow were to fly at half this speed for one second, starting from Cape Town heading in the direction of Cairo, it would end up in the black sea.

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