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 wiki/6th Definition / wiki/6th Research
In binary code, six is 110; in ternary code six is 20; in quaternary numeral system code six is 12; in quinaryQuinary is the base five numeral system.
Roman numeral The system of Roman numerals is a numeral system originating in ancient Rome, and was adapted from Etruscan numerals.
BinaryThe binary or base-two numeral system is a system for representing numbers in which a radix of two is used; that is, each digit in a binary numeral may have either of two different values.
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 Brousentsov's Ternary Principle
The ternary-symmetrical division is similar to the classical binary division and is reduced to the divisor shift and its subtraction from the dividend.
The question is of the ternary symmetrical number system used by the Russian engineer Nickolai Brousentsov in the project of the "Setun" computer designed under his supervision at the Moscow University in the 50th years of the 20th century.
The sign of the number is determined by the highest significant numeral of the ternary representation.
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 cyrillic_numerals
Khmer Mayan Roman Cyrillic Thai Binary (2) Ternary (3) Octal (8) Decimal (10) Hexadecimal (16) edit Cyrillic numerals was a numbering system derived from the Cyrillic alphabet, used by South and East Slavic...
Cyrillic numerals was a numbering system derived from the Cyrillic alphabet, used by South and East Slavic...
Japanese Khmer Mayan Roman Cyrillic Thai Binary (2) Octal (8) Decimal (10) Hexadecimal (16) edit Cyrillic numerals was a numbering system derived from the Cyrillic alphabet, used by South and East Slavic peoples...
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 Perfect numbers
In Binary numeral system code, six is 110, in ternary code six is 20, in quaternary numeral system numeral system code six is 12, in quinary six is 11, in senary six is 10, in septenary code and all codes above (such as octal, decimal and hexadecimal) six is 6.
The prefix hexa- also occurs in the systematic name of many chemical compounds, such as hexamethyl.
Roman numeral VI Unicode representation of Roman numeral,
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 Perfect numbers
In Binary numeral system code, six is 110, in ternary code six is 20, in quaternary numeral system numeral system code six is 12, in quinary six is 11, in senary six is 10, in septenary code and all codes above (such as octal, decimal and hexadecimal) six is 6.
The prefix hexa- also occurs in the systematic name of many chemical compounds, such as hexamethyl.
Roman numeral VI Unicode representation of Roman numeral,
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 Negaternary -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Negaternary is a (additional info and facts about numeral system) numeral system in which numbers are written as sums of successive powers of -3.
The advantage of using a negative ((numeration system) the positive integer that is equivalent to one in the next higher counting place) radix is that there is no longer a need for a minus sign; negative numbers can be written the same way as positive numbers.
(Compare with (additional info and facts about balanced ternary) balanced ternary in which the radix is positive 3 but the digits are -1, 0, and 1.) Here are the integers from negative ten to ten in both decimal and negaternary:
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 eight
In binary code eight is 1000; in ternary code eight is 22; in quaternary numeral system code eight is 20; in quinary eight is 13; in senary eight is 12; in septenary eight is 11; in octal eight is 10; in novenary code and all codes above (such as decimal and hexadecimal) eight is 8.
Eight is also the number of categories the VALS system uses to classify consumer groups, and the number of categories used by Fallon-McElligott's system for teen marketing.
Eight ball billiards is played with 15 balls; the black ball numbered 8 is the most important one.
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 8 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In binary code eight is 1000; in ternary code eight is 22; in quaternary numeral system code eight is 20; in quinary eight is 13; in senary eight is 12; in septenary eight is 11; in octal eight is 10; in novenary code and all codes above (such as decimal and hexadecimal) eight is 8.
Eight is the number of categories the VALS system uses to classify consumer groups, and the number of categories used by Fallon-McElligott's system for teen marketing.
Eight is not safe to be said by wizards on the Discworld and is the number of Bel-Shamharoth.
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 Antiochus Iii
Cardinal 3 three Ordinal 3rd third Numeral system ternary Factorization prime Divisors 1, 3 Roman numeral III Unicode representation of Roman numeral Ⅲ, ⅲ Prefixes tri-, tria- (Greek) tre- (Latin) Binary 11 Octal 3 Duodecimal 3 Hexadecimal 3
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 Septemvigesimal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Septemvigesimal numeral system has a base of twenty-seven.
This is similar to using octal notation to represent binary data, though the digit set is closer in size to hexadecimal.
Septemvigesimal notation can be used as a concise representation of ternary data, where each septemvigesimal digit represents three ternary digits.
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 6 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In binary code, six is 110; in ternary code six is 20; in quaternary numeral system code six is 12; in quinary six is 11; in senary six is 10; in septenary code and all codes above (such as octal, decimal and hexadecimal) six is 6.
Six is the second smallest composite number, its proper divisors being 1, 2 and 3.
Six is also a unitary perfect number, a harmonic divisor number and a highly composite number.
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 eight
In binary code eight is 1000; in ternary code eight is 22; in quaternary numeral system code eight is 20; in quinary eight is 13; in senary eight is 12; in septenary eight is 11; in octal eight is 10; in novenary code and all codes above (such as decimal and hexadecimal) eight is 8.
Eight (八 pinyin ba1) is considered a lucky number in Chinese culture because it sounds like the word "prosper" (發 pinyin fa1).
Eight ball billiards is played with 15 balls; the black ball numbered 8 is the most important one.
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 eight
In binary code eight is 1000; in ternary code eight is 22; in quaternary numeral system code eight is 20; in quinary eight is 13; in senary eight is 12; in septenary eight is 11; in octal eight is 10; in novenary code and all codes above (such as decimal and hexadecimal) eight is 8.
Eight ball billiards is played with 15 balls; the black ball numbered 8 is the most important one.
Eight (八 pinyin ba1) is considered a lucky number in Chinese culture because it sounds like the word "prosper" (發 pinyin fa1).
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 List of numeral system topics -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
(The cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one) Ternary numeral system (base 3)
(additional info and facts about Unary numeral system) Unary numeral system (base 1)
((numeration system) the positive integer that is equivalent to one in the next higher counting place) Radix, (additional info and facts about radix point) radix point, (additional info and facts about mixed radix) mixed radix, (additional info and facts about base (mathematics)) base (mathematics)
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 6 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In binary code, six is 110; in ternary code six is 20; in quaternary numeral system code six is 12; in quinary six is 11; in senary six is 10; in septenary code and all codes above (such as octal, decimal and hexadecimal) six is 6.
Six is the second smallest composite number, its proper divisors being 1, 2 and 3.
In cricket, a "six" or "sixer" is a shot in which the ball clears the boundary without bouncing, scoring six runs.
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 6 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In binary code, six is 110; in ternary code six is 20; in quaternary numeral system code six is 12; in quinary six is 11; in senary six is 10; in septenary code and all codes above (such as octal, decimal and hexadecimal) six is 6.
Since it is divisible by the sum of its digits in all these bases, 6 is one of the four all-Harshad numbers.
The densest sphere packing of the plane is obtained by extending this pattern to the hexagonal lattice in which each circle touches just six others.
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 6 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In binary code, six is 110; in ternary code six is 20; in quaternary numeral system code six is 12; in quinary six is 11; in senary six is 10; in septenary code and all codes above (such as octal, decimal and hexadecimal) six is 6.
Six is the second smallest composite number, its proper divisors being 1, 2 and 3.
Six similar coins can be arranged around a central coin of the same radius so that each coin makes contact with the central one (and touches both its neighbors without a gap), but seven cannot be so arranged.
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 six
In binary code six is 110; in ternary code six is 20; in quaternary numeral system code six is 12; in quinary six is 11; in senary six is 10; in septenary code and all codes above (such as octal, decimal and hexadecimal) six is 6.
Six feet under the surface of the ground is the standard depth for a coffin.
Six is the second smallest composite number, its proper divisors being 1, 2 and 3.
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 Nonary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nonary is a base 9 numeral system, typically using the digits 0-8, but not the digit 9.
Nonary notation can be used as a concise representation of ternary data.
This is similar to using quaternary notation for binary data, though the digit set is closer in size to octal.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Novenary   (136 words)

  
 6 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In binary code, six is 110; in ternary code six is 20; in quaternary numeral system code six is 12; in quinary six is 11; in senary six is 10; in septenary code and all codes above (such as octal, decimal and hexadecimal) six is 6.
In cricket, a "six" or "sixer" is a shot in which the ball clears the boundary without bouncing, scoring six runs.
Six is the second smallest composite number, its proper divisors being 1, 2 and 3.
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 Negaternary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Negaternary is a numeral system in which numbers are written as sums of successive powers of -3.
(Compare with balanced ternary in which the radix is positive 3 but the digits are -1, 0, and 1.) Here are the integers from negative ten to ten in both decimal and negaternary:
The advantage of using a negative radix is that there is no longer a need for a minus sign; negative numbers can be written the same way as positive numbers.
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