Google put up billboards in the U.S. with the following equation on it.

{first 10-digit prime found in consecutive digits of e}.com

So you start grabbing groups of 10 digits from e and seeing if they divide by 2, 3 and all the numbers less than the square root of itself, and you eventually find 7427466391, which leads you to www.7427466391.com.

Here you find the following:

Congratulations. You’ve made it to level 2. Go to www.Linux.org and enter Bobsyouruncle as the login and the answer to this equation as the password.f(1) = 7182818284

f(2) = 8182845904

f(3) = 8747135266

f(4) = 7427466391

f(5) = __________

If you take a close look at the first and second entity, they have repeating characters, go back to e, where we find that these are consecutive groups of 10 digits of e. They have something else in common too, each group of 10 add to 49. Find the 5th set that adds to 49, and you’ve got your password.

3 commentsDid you figure that out yourself?

I admit that it was a discussion at work, but very cool. I used to love doing things like this.

You are extremely clever.

Thanks to your indications, I easily found the second answer : 5966290435

which leads us to http://www.google.com/labjobs/index.html

I don’t leave my CV. It’s too late, and you have done all the hard work, so I don’t earn it.

your blog is cool.