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999 (number)

998 999 1000
Cardinal Nine hundred [and] ninety-nine
Ordinal 999th
(Nine hundred [and] ninety-ninth)
Factorization 33× 37
Divisors 1, 3, 9, 27, 37, 111, 333, 999
Roman numeral CMXCIX
Binary 11111001112
Ternary 11010003
Quaternary 332134
Quinary 124445
Senary 43436
Octal 17478
Duodecimal 6B312
Hexadecimal 3E716
Vigesimal 29J20
Base 36 RR36

Nine hundred [and] ninety-nine is the natural number following nine hundred ninety-eight and preceding one thousand. 999 is a Harshad number, a Kaprekar number, a repdigit in bases 10 and 36, and a palindromic number in bases 10, 14, and 36. It is the largest 3-digit decimal integer.


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