About the Number 101 (One Hundred One)

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
   1012 is 5 
   1013 is 10
   1014 is 17
   1015 is 26
   1016 is 37
   1017 is 50
   1018 is 65
   1019 is 82
   10110 is 101
   10111 is 122
   10112 145
   10113 170
   10114 197
   10115 226
   10116 is 257
   101101 is 10202
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   the reciprocal of 101 is .0099
   101! = 9.42594776 * 10159
   101 is 102 plus 1
   101101 is = 2.73186197 * 10202
   101 is a factor of 404 (HTTP status code for page not found)

MathBabbler turned 50 during 2007; therefore, during this year of his life he could have said he was 101 base-7 years of age.

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Update::2008.03.22

On Pi Day 2008 (i.e. March 14th), MathBabbler visited Roper Lake State Park located at 101 E. 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 [gthurman@gmail.com]
Created: 30 April 2007

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