On 22 August 2008, MathBabbler's favorite baseball player of all-time, Carl Yastrzemski, turned 69 years of age.

MathBabbler Number Analyst (MBNA) output: ========================================= 69 is a natural, whole, integer 69 is odd 69 proper divisors are: 1,3,23 69 is deficient (sum of divisors is 27) 69 is unhappy 69 is not a Harshad number 69 is not prime 69 is undulating 69 has the prime factors: 3*23 69 in octal is 0105 69 in hexadecimal is 0x45 69 in binary is 1000101 (is odious) 69 nearest square numbers: -5...12 (64 [8]...81 [9]) sqrt(69) = 8.30662 ln(69) = 4.23411 log(69) = 1.83885 69 reciprocal is .01449275362318840579710144927536 69 is 21.9634 Pi years 69 is 3 score and 9 yearsObserve...

`and`

69 = 105_{8}

105_{10}= 69_{16}

`in Roman numeral is`

69`.`

LXIX

`[Wikipedia]`

"On many handheld scientific and graphing calculators, the highest factorial that can be computed within memory limitations is`or`

69!`." MathBabbler has not checked to see if this is valid information; however, he did notice, via the Google calculator, that`

1.711224524 * 10^98`70!`

equals`1.19785717 * 10^100`

. Note:`10^100`

is a googol (i.e.`1000 duotrigintillion`

).

**Creator:** Gerald Thurman
[gthurman@gmail.com]

**Created:** 24 August 2008

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