MathBabbler is making sure all of the numbers in the interval [0-300] have nBABs by the of the Spring 2016 Semester. When creating a nBAB for 271, it was noticed that 271 is a sexy prime with

277and that277was in the (277, 307) Truman-Gerald Prime pair.MathBabbler Number Analyst (MBNA) output: ========================================= 277 is a natural, whole, integer 277 is odd 277 proper divisors are: 1, 277 has 1 proper divisors 277 is deficient (sum of divisors is 1; ratio: 0.00361011) 277 is unhappy 277 is a Squarefree Number 277 is prime (not composite) ...Cousin prime with 281 ...Sexy prime with 271 ...Sexy prime with 283 ...Sexy Triplet prime with 271, 283 ...Truman Gerald prime with 307 ...Pythagorean ...Super (prime# 59) ...prime triplet {277, 281, 283} 277 is Arithmetic (A003601) 277 is ThurmNumber 277 in octal is 0425 277 in hexadecimal is 0x115 277 in binary is 100010101 (is evil) 277 nearest square numbers: -21...12 (256...289 [17]) sqrt(277) = 16.6433 ln(277) = 5.62402 log(277) = 2.44248 277 reciprocal is .00361010830324909747292418772563 277! is 7.72298e+557 277 is 88.1718 Pi years 277 is 13 score and 17 years 277 written as a Roman numeral is CCLXXVII 277 is 139^2 - 138^2 and 139 + 138 = 277log6(

`) = 3.13882, which when rounded to the nearest hundredth (3.14) equals Pi (3.141592...) rounded to the nearest hundredth (3.14).`

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**Creator:** Gerald Thurman
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**Created:** 12 April 2016

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