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"Love Is Noise" is a song by English alternative rock band the Verve, the second track on their fourth album, Forth (2008). It was released as the first single from the album on 3 August 2008 as a digital download, with the physical release following on 11 August 2008 in the United Kingdom.[1] The song received its first airplay by Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1 on 23 June 2008.[2]

The single debuted on the UK Singles Chart at number five after during first week of release via online download alone. The following week, the song peaked at number four and stayed five weeks in the UK top 10, giving the Verve their first top-10 hit since 1997 with "Lucky Man". It was their third UK top-five single and their fourth to crack the UK top 10. "Love Is Noise" also reached the top 10 in Ireland, Italy, and Sweden. The song's music video debuted on the band's Myspace page shortly before the song's release.

17 is the seventh prime number, which makes seventeen the fourth super-prime, as seven is itself prime. The next prime is 19, with which it forms a twin prime.[1] It is a cousin prime with 13 and a sexy prime with 11 and 23.[2][3] It is an emirp, and more specifically a permutable prime with 71, both of which are also supersingular primes.[4][5]

Seventeen is the only prime number which is the sum of four consecutive primes: 2,3,5,7. Any other four consecutive primes summed would always produce an even number, thereby divisible by 2 and so not prime.

A positive definite quadratic integer matrix represents all primes when it contains at least the set of 17 numbers: {2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, 67, 73}.[30] Only four prime numbers up to 73 are not part of the set.

The place accumulator (PA) involves selecting seven horses to place over seven consecutive preselected races. In order for a horse to be a winner in the PA it needs to finish either first, second or third. These are usually the last seven races of a meeting. This bet would normally start on the third race on a 9 or 10 race card, but may start on the second race on an 8 race card and the first race on a 7 race card.You can select a large number of horses in your permutation, of which you can take a percentage if you do not wish to spend the full amount. Therefore if you PA equates to 500 combinations, and you can only spend R50, yout will receive 10% of that winning dividend if your bet wins.You can select more than one horse per race, but it will cost you per combination If you have more than one selection in a winning leg, your payout will multiply out by how many winners you have.Heres an example of a PALegRaceHorse Selection132 x 3241353 x 4 x 6461 x 2574681 x 2791 x 2 x 3 x 4To work out how many combinations are in this permutation, you times out the number of horses in each leg: 2 x 1 x 3 x 2 x 1 x 2 x 4 = 96 Combinations.. Therefore to get the full amount of the dividend once, it would cost you R96. If you only have R48 to spend, it will give you 50% of the dividend.Remember that for each horse qualifying, your PA will multiply by the numbers of winners. Therefor if both your selection come in the top three in the first race, and you get all three that come through in the last leg, you work out how many times you caught the PA by multiplying out the number of winners 2 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 3 = 6times.A jackpot is where you select the winners of four consecutive preselected races. You can include as many horses as you want in your jackpot, but it will cost you per combination.LegRaceHorse Selection152 x 3261 x 3 x 7 x 8373 x 4 x 6481 x 2Note that if any of your selections get scratched, you will automatically be given the tote favourite for that particular leg.Here is an example of a JackpotTo work out how many combinations are in this permutation, you multiply out the number of horses in each leg: 2 x 4 x 3 x 2 = 48 combinations, Therefore to get the full amount of dividend once, it would cost you R48. If you only have R24 to spend, it will give you 50% of the dividend.If this jackpot's dividend is R400, and you spend R48, meaning you have paid the full amount for each of the 48 combinations, you will receive R400!. This means you walk away with a profit of R352!If you only played the Jackpot for 50%, and it paid R400, you will receive R200.The calculation of the winning combinations is done just as in the PA.The Jackpot Mixa is a jackpot over 4 races from 4 differnet centres. It starts with the last local race, then the next 3 from other centres. The adcantage is that it is resolved quickly, within 30-35min. With large pools do far it means that there is the potential for decent payouts.What if a race meeting is abandoned.When a race meeting is abandoned, unless two legs of an Exotic bet are run the bet will be fully refundable (regardless if there are losing selection in the first leg).If two of more legs of the exotic bet have been completed, the bet will have a final dividend (the field will apply in any abandoned legs). 2b1af7f3a8