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102

[Chemistry]  The atomic number of Nobelium (No). An element in the Actinide series: Actinium (89) to Lawrencium (103).

 

[Math.]   The smallest number of 3 different digits.

 

[Math.] 

1023 = 1,061,208 = (106–12+08)3

1025 = 11,040,808,032 = (110–40+80–80+32)5

1027 = 114,868,566,764,928 = (114–86+85–66+76–49+28)7

 

[Math.]   1027 = 907+857+837+647+587+537+357+127.

 

[Math.]   Four square numbers using the same digits: 1022 = 10404, 1202 = 14400, 2012 = 40401 and 2102 = 44100, 122 = 144 and 441 = 212.

Also, reversible numbers and their squares: 1022 = 10404 and 2012 = 40401. 

Squares and cubes of 2 numbers using the same digits: 1022 = 10404 and 2012 = 40401 & 1023 = 1,061,208 and 2013 = 8,120,601.

 

[Movie]  Name of TV show/series/movie: “102 Dalmatians”.

 

[Science]

American

British

Number

(no entry)

septendecillion

10102

septendecillion

nonillion

1054

nonillion

quintillion

1030

quintillion

trillion

1018

trillion

billion

1012

billion

milliard

109

 

103

[Chemistry]  The atomic number of Lawrencium (Lr). The last element in the Actinide series: Actinium (89) to Lawrencium (103).

 

[Math.]  A prime number. The smallest prime number of 3 different digits.

 

[Math.]  1033 = 1092727,

              10033 = 1,009,027,027,

              10,0033 = 10009,0027,0027…

 

[Math.]  Six square numbers using the same digits: 1302 = 16900, 1402 = 19600, 3102 = 96100, 1032 = 10609, 2472 = 61009 and 3012 = 90601.

 

[Math.]  Reversible numbers and their squares: 1032 = 10609 and 3012 = 90601.

 

[Phone]  The emergency telephone number dialing within Kyrgyzstan and Armenia.

 

103 & 107

[Sport]  Sum of all 20 numbers around the circumference of a dartboard, in a random sequence: 20, 1, 18, 4, 13, 6, 10, 15, 2, 17, 3, 19, 7, 16, 8, 11, 14, 9, 12 and 5, clockwise from the top is 210. Ten numbers, whose sum is 107, of the same color with the top number 20, are alternating with ten other numbers, whose sum is 103, of opposite color.

 

104                                 

[Calendar]   The number of days of weekends in a year is either 104, 105 or 106.

 

[Chemistry]  The atomic number of Rutherfordium (Rf).

 

[Gov.]  In a leave year, a U.S. government employee earns 4 hours for each of 26 leave periods of 2 weeks, for a total of 104 hours of sick leave.

 

[Gov.]  Within a “leave year”, a U.S. government employee earns 4 hours (for 0-3 working years), 6 hours (3-15 years) or 8 hours (over 15 years) of “annual leave” for each of 26 leave periods of 2 weeks, respectively, for a total of 104, 160 (156 plus 4 extra hours for the last pay period within the calendar year) or 208 hours of “annual leave”, respectively.

 

[World]  The ISO-3166 country code for Myanmar (formerly Burma).

 

[Tech.]  In the “Ten” radio codes, “10-4” is universally meant “OK'ed”.

 

105

[Calendar]   The number of days of weekends in a year is either 104, 105 or 106.

 

[Chemistry]  The atomic number of Dubnium (Db).

 

[EECS]  69Hexadecimal = 105Decimal and 105Octal = 69Decimal.

 

[Math.]  A triangular number (sum of all integers from 1 to 14):

              105 = 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13+14.

 

[Math.]   Product of the first 3 odd prime numbers: 105 = 3×5×7.

 

[Math.]   1053 = 1,157,625 = (115–7–6–2+5)3.

 

[Math.]   1054 = 121,550,625 = 944+724+634+284+224. (Ref).

 

106

[Calendar]   The number of days of weekends in a year is either 104, 105 or 106.

 

[Chemistry] The atomic number of Seaborgium (Sg).

 

[Math.] 10610 = 179,084,769,654,285,362,176 = 

= (1+7+9+0+8+4+7+6+9+6+5+4+2+8+5+3+6+2+1+7+6)10.

 

[Tech.]  Automobile Tire’s Speed Rating

Tire Rating

L

M

N

P

Q

R

S

Max. Speed (mph)

Max. Speed (kph)

75

120

81

130

87

140

93

150

100

160

106

170

112

180

Tire Rating

T

U

H

V

W

Y

 

Max. Speed (mph)

Max. Speed (kph)

118

190

124

200

130

210

149

240

168

270

186

300

 

 

107

[Biology]  Each human foot has 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments and 19 muscles and tendons.

 

[Chemistry]  The atomic number of Bohrium (Bh).

 

[Math.]  A 6-term arithmetic progression of prime numbers, of common difference 30: 107, 137, 167, 197, 227 and 257.

 

[Math.]  1073 = 1,225,043 = (12+2+50+43)3.

 

[Math.]   A Mersenne exponent: 2107–1 is the 11th Mersenne prime number.

 

[Phone]  The emergency telephone numbers dialing within Argentina are 107 and 101.

 

[Tech.]  STS-107 is the last (28th) mission (16-day) of NASA’s first space shuttle Columbia. It was disintegrated on re-entry for landing on 01 February 2003 over Texas sky. Columbia’s first mission was on 12-14 April 1981, co-piloted by astronauts Robert L. Crippen and John W. Young. (STS: Space Transportation System).     

    

[Tech.]  The highest frequency for an FM radio station, available for most commercial radios is 107.9 MHz.

 

108

[Chemistry]  The atomic number of Hassium (Hs).

 

[Literature]  The number of heroes of the Mount Liang Shang (36 heavenly spirits and 72 earthly fiends), usually called “Liang Shang Po” gang of outlaws. Their leader is Chao Gai (or Heavenly King), who is not figured among 108 heroes.

 

[Math.]   Each internal angle of a regular 5-sided polygon (pentagon) is 108o.

 

[Math.]   108 = 11×22×33.

 

[Math.]   Three square numbers using the same digits: 1082 = 11664, 1292 = 16641 and 2042 = 41616.

  

[Measure]  The number of gallons of beer contained in a "butt".

 

[Measure] The number of cubic feet for a stack of firewood (English unit of measure).

 

[Science]  The number 1057 is octodecillion, in American system. In British system, octodecillion is 10108.

 

[World]  The ISO-3166 country code for Burundi.

 

109

[Chemistry]  The atomic number of Meitnerium (Mt).

 

[Math.]  A prime number. All numbers 19, 109, 1009, 10009 are prime and the next is 1,000,000,009.

 

[Math.] 

1092 = 11,881 = (118–8–1)2

1093 = 1,295,029 = (1+2+95+0+2+9)3

1094 = 141,158,161 = (14+1+1+5+81+6+1)4

1095 = 15,386,239,549 =

= (1+5+3+8+62+3+9+5+4+9)5

1096 = 1,677,100,110,841 = (1+6+7+7+1+001+1+084+1)6

1097 = 182,803,912,081,669 = (1+8+28+039+1+2+0+8+1+6+6+9)7

1098 = 19,925,626,416,901,921 = (1+9+9+2+5+6+2+6+41+6+9+0+1+9+2+1)8

1099 = 2,171,893,279,442,309,389 = (21+7+1+8+9+3+2+7+9+4+4+2+3+0+9+3+8+9)9

10910 = 236,736,367,459,211,723,401 =

= (2+3+6+7+3+6+3+6+7+4+5+9+2+1+1+7+2+34+01)10

10911 = 25,804,264,053,054,077,850,709 =

= (25+8+0+4+2+6+4+0+5+3+0+5+4+07+7+8+5+07+09)11

10912 = 2,812,664,781,782,894,485,727,281 =

= (2+8+1+2+6+6+4+7+8+1+7+8+2+8+9+4+4+8+5+7+2+7+2–8–1)12

10913 = 306,580,461,214,335,498,944,273,629 =

= (3+06+5+8++04+6+12+1+4+3+3+5+4+9+8+9+4+4+2+7+3+6+2–9)13

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100-109 

[Library]  First 3 digits in Dewey Decimal Classification System call numbers for library books in Philosophy, Psychology and Ethics… Numbers 100-109 are for general & dictionary works.

 

100-199

[Education] The numbers commonly assigned for upper level undergraduate (last 2 years, junior and senior) courses in most U.S. universities and colleges.