### About the Number 451 (four hundred fifty-one)

MathBabbler created this nBAB for the number 451 after reading that the 451 HTTP error status code might be created. HTTP 451 status code will be returned when a requested webpage is unavailable due to censorship.

A few days earlier MathBabbler learned that Ray Bradbury had died on 5 June 2012. Bradbury wrote the novel Fahrenheit 451.

```   MathBabbler Number Analyst (MBNA) output:
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451 is a natural, whole, integer
451 is odd
451 proper divisors are: 1,11,41,
451 is deficient (sum of divisors is 53)
451 is unhappy
451 is a Squarefree Number
451 is not a Harshad number
451 is not prime
451 has the prime factors: 11*41 (sum=52)
451 is semiprime (biprime or 2-almost prime)
451 sum of prime factors is: 52
451 is a lucky number
451 in octal is 0703
451 in hexadecimal is 0x1c3
451 in binary is 111000011 (is odious)
451 nearest square numbers: -10...33 (441...484 )
sqrt(451) = 21.2368
ln(451) = 6.11147
log(451) = 2.65418
451 reciprocal is .00221729490022172949002217294900
451! is 7.81749e+1002
451 is 143.558 Pi years
451 is 22 score and 11 years
451 written as a Roman numeral is CDLI
451 = 226^2 - 225^2 and 226 + 225 = 451
```

`log7(451)` = 3.14067, which when rounded to the nearest thousandth (3.141) equals Pi rounded down to the nearest thousandth (or Pi truncated to three decimal digits).

Creator: Gerald Thurman [gthurman@gmail.com]
Created: 14 June 2012 