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162 (number)

161 162 163
Cardinal one hundred sixty-two
Ordinal 162nd
(one hundred and sixty-second)
Factorization 2 × 34
Divisors 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18, 27, 54, 81, 162
Roman numeral CLXII
Binary 101000102
Ternary 200003
Quaternary 22024
Quinary 11225
Senary 4306
Octal 2428
Duodecimal 11612
Hexadecimal A216
Vigesimal 8220
Base 36 4I36

162 (one hundred [and] sixty-two) is the natural number between 161 and 163.

In mathematics

Having only 2 and 3 as its prime divisors, 162 is a 3-smooth number.[1] 162 is also a polygonal number[2] and an abundant number.[3]

In sports

References

  1. ^ "Sloane's A003586 : 3-smooth numbers: numbers of the form 2^i*3^j with i, j >= 0", The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences. OEIS Foundation..
  2. ^ The Number 162:Properties and Meanings, www.virtuescience.com, retrieved 12 March 2015 
  3. ^ The Number 162:Properties and Meanings 
  4. ^ Karpin, Howie (2011), 162-0: Imagine a Mets Perfect Season, Triumph Books,  .
  5. ^ Formosa, Dan; Hamburger, Paul (2009), Baseball Field Guide: An In-Depth Illustrated Guide to the Complete Rules of Baseball, Da Capo Press, p. 23,  .


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