MathBabbler created this BAB shortly after creating a BAB about the number three. With the posting of this BAB, we now have a BAB for each digit of the base-10 number system.

MathBabbler Number Analyst (MBNA) output: ========================================= 8 is a natural, whole, integer 8 is even 8 proper divisors are: 1,2,4, 8 is refactorable (evenly divisable by # of divisors) 8 is deficient (sum of divisors is 7) 8 is unhappy 8 is a Harshad number 8 is not prime 8 is undulating 8 has the prime factors: 2*2*2 8 is a Fibonacci number 8 in octal is 010 8 in hexadecimal is 0x8 8 in binary is 1000 (is odious) 8 nearest square numbers: -4...1 (4...9 [3]) sqrt(8) = 2.82843 ln(8) = 2.07944 log(8) = 0.90309 8 is 2^3 8 reciprocal is .12500000000000000000000000000000 8! is 40320 8 is 2.54648 Pi years 8 is 0 score and 8 years 8 written as a Roman numeral is VIIIThis BAB was posted on the BAD (Basic Arithmetic Date) 03/02/

.`08`

BAD(3/2/08) outputs 8 = 2^{3}domain: valid dates in MM/DD/YY format [yes, 2-digit year used] range: ??? if no math found, otherwise a mathematical equationA lying down

`is the symbol for infinity`

8∞.In the computing world, there are typically

`bits (binary digits) to a byte.`

8MathBabbler now has a BAB for the 10 digits that comprise the base-10 (decimal) number system. Without digits, there are no numbers and without numbers there would be no number BABs. This is number BAB #32, which is a multiple of

`.`

8The octal (base-

`) number system has`

8`digits (0-7).`

8

`[Wikipedia]`

The number`is a Fibonacci number and it is the only Fibonacci number that is a perfect cube.`

8Carl Yastrzemski, one of MathBabbler's favorite baseball players when growing up, wore number

`while playing for the Boston Redsox.`

8What did the zero say to the

`? Nice belt.`

8

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

**Created:** 01 March 2008

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