Edna Parker died at the age of 115 on 26 November 2008. Edna was the world's oldest person. Edna became the world's oldest person 115 days after turning 114 years of age on 20 April 2008. MathBabbler created a BAB about Edna when she turned 115, but he did not create a nBAB for the number 115 at that time.

MathBabbler Number Analyst (MBNA) output: ========================================= 115 is a natural, whole, integer 115 is odd 115 proper divisors are: 1,5,23, 115 is deficient (sum of divisors is 29) 115 is unhappy 115 is not a Harshad number 115 is not prime 115 has the prime factors: 5*23 115 in octal is 0163 115 in hexadecimal is 0x73 115 in binary is 1110011 (is odious) 115 nearest square numbers: -15...6 (100 [10]...121 [11]) sqrt(115) = 10.7238 ln(115) = 4.74493 log(115) = 2.0607 115 reciprocal is .00869565217391304347826086956521 115! is 2.92509e+188 115 is 36.6056 Pi years 115 is 5 score and 15 years

`in Roman numeral is`

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115Zuckerman number. AZuckerman numberis "an integer that is divisible by the product of its digits in a given number base."115in base 10 has the digits 1, 1, 5 the product of the digits is 1 * 1 * 5 = 5 5 is a proper divisor (factor) of115Wikipedia tidbit... "The TV series 'The Wonder Years' ran on ABC from 1988 to 1993 for

`episodes."`

115MathBabbler edited the Wikipedia entry for 115 (number) to document Edna Parker's death at the age of

`. [see the "In other fields" section]`

115Added "Bob Dylan's 115th Dream" song to Songs With Numbers In Their Titles.

## Related BAB

- Happy 115th Birthday To Edna Parker

[updated 28 November 2008; created 20 April 2008]## External Hyperlink(s)

- OEIS.org::id:A007602
## Update::2009.01.03

Maria de Jesus died on 2 January 2009 at the age of

`. Maria's death left Gertrude Baines, of L.A., the world's oldest person.`

115## Update::2009.09.13

Gertrude Baines died on 11 September 2009 at the age of

`. Japan's Kama Chinen (female), 114, is now the world's oldest person.`

115

`in octal (base-8) is repdigit number 77 in base-10.`

115

**Creator:** Gerald Thurman
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**Created:** 28 November 2008 (nBAB #79)

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