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106 (number)

105 106 107
Cardinal one hundred six
Ordinal 106th
(one hundred and sixth)
Divisors 1, 2, 53, 106
Roman numeral CVI
Binary 11010102
Ternary 102213
Quaternary 12224
Quinary 4115
Senary 2546
Octal 1528
Duodecimal 8A12
Hexadecimal 6A16
Vigesimal 5620
Base 36 2Y36

106 (one hundred [and] six) is the natural number following 105 and preceding 107.

In mathematics

106 is the thirty-first distinct biprime and the fifteenth of the form (2.q). The aliquot sum of 106 is 56 within the aliquot sequence (106,56,64,63,41,1) 106 being the eleventh composite number in the 41-aliquot tree. 106 is a centered pentagonal number, a centered heptagonal number, and a regular 19-gonal number. There are 106 distinct mathematical trees with ten vertices.

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