# What does the numerical-initial equation 64 S on a CB mean?

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The numerical-initial equation 64 S on a CB symbolizes the 64 squares on a checkerboard. There are only 64 squares in a checkers board alternating in black and white.The board's dimensions is 8x8 (inches) with six squares.To play fun brain teasers you can visit sites such as refrence
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