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134 (number)

133 134 135
Cardinal one hundred thirty-four
Ordinal 134th
(one hundred and thirty-fourth)
Factorization 2 × 67
Divisors 1, 2, 67, 134
Roman numeral CXXXIV
Binary 100001102
Ternary 112223
Quaternary 20124
Quinary 10145
Senary 3426
Octal 2068
Duodecimal B212
Hexadecimal 8616
Vigesimal 6E20
Base 36 3Q36

134 (one hundred [and] thirty-four) is the natural number following 133 and preceding 135.

Contents

  • In mathematics 1
  • In the military 2
  • In sports 3
  • In transportation 4
  • In other fields 5
  • See also 6

In mathematics

134 is a nontotient since there is no integer with exactly 134 coprimes below it. And it is a noncototient since there is no integer with 134 integers with common factors below it.

134 is {}_8C_1 + {}_8C_3 + {}_8C_4.

In Roman numerals, 134 is a Friedman number since CXXXIV = XV * (XC/X) - I.

In the military

In sports

  • Former Saskatchewan Roughriders held the career record of 134 rushing touchdowns

In transportation

In other fields

134 is also:

See also

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