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119 (number)

118 119 120
Cardinal one hundred nineteen
Ordinal 119th
(one hundred and nineteenth)
Factorization 7 × 17
Divisors 1, 7, 17, 119
Roman numeral CXIX
Binary 11101112
Ternary 111023
Quaternary 13134
Quinary 4345
Senary 3156
Octal 1678
Duodecimal 9B12
Hexadecimal 7716
Vigesimal 5J20
Base 36 3B36

119 (one hundred [and] nineteen) is the natural number following 118 and preceding 120.

Contents

  • Mathematics 1
  • Telephony 2
  • Other 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Mathematics

Telephony

  • 1-1-9 is an emergency telephone number in some countries
  • A number to report children / youth at risk in France[2]

119 is the emergency number in Afghanistan that belongs to police and interior ministry.

Other

  • The default port for unencrypted NNTP connections.
  • Project 119 is a governmental program of the People's Republic of China targeting sports that China has not traditionally excelled in at the Summer Olympics, to maximize the amount of medals won during the games.
  • 119 is also the atomic number of the theoretical element Ununennium.

See also

References

  1. ^ J. H. Conway et al.: Atlas of Finite Groups. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1985. ISBN 0-19-853199-0 (Page 223)
  2. ^ Descriptive website
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