### About the Number 119 (one hundred nineteen)

If he were still alive, Stan Laurel would have been `119` years of age on 16 June 2009. Note: Laurel died 23 February 1965 and he part of the Laurel and Hardy comedy team. Oliver Hardy died in 1957, which was the year MathBabbler was born.

```   MathBabbler Number Analyst (MBNA) output:
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119 is a natural, whole, integer
119 is odd
119 proper divisors are: 1,7,17,
119 is deficient (sum of divisors is 25)
119 is unhappy
119 is not a Harshad number
119 is not prime
119 has the prime factors: 7*17 (sum=24)
119 is semiprime (biprime or 2-almost prime)
119 sum of prime factors is: 24
119 in octal is 0167
119 in hexadecimal is 0x77
119 in binary is 1110111 (is evil)
119 nearest square numbers: -19...2 (100 ...121 )
sqrt(119) = 10.9087
ln(119) = 4.77912
log(119) = 2.07555
119 reciprocal is .00840336134453781512605042016806
119! is 5.57459e+196
119 is 37.8789 Pi years
119 is 5 score and 19 years
119 written as a Roman numeral is CXIX
```

Observe...

```   log16(119) = 2.7237

2.7237 rounded the nearest hundredth is 2.72
e (2.71828183...) rounded to nearest hundredth is 2.72
```

`[NumberGossip.com]` "`119` is the largest amount of money one can have in coins without being able to make change for a dollar."

`[Wikpedia.org]` "```119 is the sum of five consecutive primes (17+19+23+29+31)." ```

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