About the Number 103 (one hundred three)

After the nBAB for number 58 was posted On 22 October 2009, all numbers between 0 and 102 had a nBAB. 103 was the smallest number without a nBAB. MathBabbler probably would not have created a nBAB for 103 at this point and time, but 103 is a prime number and it's a ThurmNumber and 1037 equalled MathBabbler's age on 22 October 2009.

   MathBabbler Number Analyst (MBNA) output:
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   103 is a natural, whole, integer
   103 is odd
   103 proper divisors are: 1,
   103 is deficient (sum of divisors is 1)
   103 is happy
   103 is not a Harshad number
   103 is prime
   ...Cousin prime with 107
   ...Sexy prime with 109
   ...Sexy prime with 97
   ...Twin prime with 101
   ...OEIS:002145 (4n+3; n=25)
   ...Left-truncatable
   ...prime triplet {97, 101, 103}
   ...prime triplet {101, 103, 107}
   ...prime triplet {103, 107, 109}
   ...prime quadruplet {101, 103, 107, 109}
   103 is ThurmNumber
   103 in octal is 0147
   103 in hexadecimal is 0x67
   103 in binary is 1100111 (is odious)
   103 nearest square numbers: -3...18 (100...121 [11])
   sqrt(103) = 10.1489
   ln(103) = 4.63473
   log(103) = 2.01284
   103 reciprocal is .00970873786407766990291262135922
   103! is 9.9029e+163
   103 is 32.7859 Pi years
   103 is 5 score and 3 years
   103 written as a Roman numeral is CIII
Update::2015.02.14

Arizona turned 103 years of age on 14 February 2015.


Creator: Gerald Thurman [gthurman@gmail.com]
Created: 22 October 2009

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