About the Number 10 (ten)

This BAB was created as a result of MathBabbler working on a BAB about Google turning 10 years young. MathBabbler was surprised when he discovered that he didn't have a BAB about the number 10.

   MathBabbler Number Analyst (MBNA) output:
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   10 is a natural, whole, integer
   10 is even
   10 proper divisors are: 1,2,5
   10 is deficient (sum of divisors is 8)
   10 is happy
   10 is a Harshad number
   10 is not prime
   10 is undulating
   10 has the prime factors: 2*5
   10 in octal is 012
   10 in hexadecimal is 0xa
   10 in binary is 1010 (is evil)
   10 nearest square numbers: -1...6 (9 [3]...16 [4])
   sqrt(10) = 3.16228
   ln(10) = 2.30259
   log(10) = 1
   10 reciprocal is .1
   10! is 3.6288e+06
   10 is 3.1831 Pi years
   10 is 0 score and 10 years

10 in Roman numeral is X.

We use the base-10 (decimal) number system everyday.

With respect to number systems, 10n = n.

A 10-sided polygon is called a decagon.

I-10 is a east/west interstate that passes through the Valley of the Sun and it connects Jacksonville, Florida with Santa Monica, California (~2460 miles). According to the Wikipedia, I-10 was formed in 1957 (MathBabbler's birthyear).

By default, the log(n) function is base-10.

10 years is one decade and 10 years is one-tenth of a century.

The metric system is based on powers of 10.

10^10 = 10 billion.

10 in hexadecimal (base-16) equals A.


Creator: Gerald Thurman [gthurman@gmail.com]
Created: 07 September 2008

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