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384 (number)

383 384 385
Cardinal three hundred eighty-four
Ordinal 384th
(three hundred and eighty-fourth)
Factorization 27× 3
Roman numeral CCCLXXXIV
Binary 1100000002
Ternary 1120203
Quaternary 120004
Quinary 30145
Senary 14406
Octal 6008
Duodecimal 28012
Hexadecimal 18016
Vigesimal J420
Base 36 AO36

Three hundred [and] eighty four is an even composite positive integer.


  • In mathematics 1
  • Computing 2
  • In other fields 3
  • External links 4

In mathematics

The prime factors of 384 are 2 (seven times) and 3. 384 is


Being a low multiple of a power of two, 384 occurs often in the field of computing. For example, the digest length of the secure hash function SHA-384, the screen resolution of Virtual Boy is 384x224, MP3 Audio layer 1 encoding is 384 kibps, in 3G phones the WAN implementation of CDMA is up to 384 kbit/s.

In other fields

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