MathBabbler drives the east-side Loop 101 on almost a daily basis.

101 is a positive, natural, whole number integer 101 is odd 101 is prime 101 is a palindromic number 101 is the sum of five consecutive primes: 13 + 17 + 19 + 23 + 29 101 in binary is 1100101 101 in octal is 0145 101 in hexadecimal is 0x65 101_{2}is 5 101_{3}is 10 101_{4}is 17 101_{5}is 26 101_{6}is 37 101_{7}is 50 101_{8}is 65 101_{9}is 82 101_{10}is 101 101_{11}is 122 101_{12}145 101_{13}170 101_{14}197 101_{15}226 101_{16}is 257 101_{101}is 10202 ____ the reciprocal of 101 is .0099 101! = 9.42594776 * 10^{159}101 is 10^{2}plus 1 101^{101}is = 2.73186197 * 10^{202}101 is a factor of 404 (HTTP status code for page not found)MathBabbler turned

50during 2007; therefore, during this year of his life he could have said he was101 base-7years of age.Wikipedia.org:: 101 (number)

## Update::2008.03.22

On Pi Day 2008 (i.e. March 14th), MathBabbler visited Roper Lake State Park located at

101E. Roper Lake Road near Safford, Arizona. While wandering the park, MathBabbler found a 101 base-2 MPH speed limit sign to add to his collection of prime numbered speed limit signs.

**Creator:** Gerald Thurman
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**Created:** 30 April 2007

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