Facts about the number 29. The importance of twenty nine in math, music and religion.
More non-math facts about the number 29:
In religion, there are 29 principles given by Guru Jambheshwar.
In music, “29” is a song by The Gin Blossoms. Other song titles which include 29 in their name are “29 X the pain”, “29 ways” and “11 months and 29 days”. Ryan Adams, an American singer/song writer, made an album called 29.
In chemistry, the atomic number of Copper is 29.
In astrophysics, Saturn takes 29 years to orbit our Sun.
In a leap year, there are 29 days in February (28 in a normal year).
In the game of Bingo, the ball 29 is called “In your prime”
In the United States of America, Interstate 29 is a freeway which runs from Missouri to North Dakota. Also in the USA there is a place in California called 29 Palms.
Here are some math facts about the number 29:
The number 29 is an odd number as the number end with a 9.
There are only two divisors of 29, 1 and itself. Therefore, the number 29 is a prime number.
The square of 29 is 841 and the square root of 29 is 5.4 (rounded to 1 decimal place).
Also the cube of 29 is 24389.
29% as a fraction is 29/100 or 0.29 as a decimal.
The number 29 is a Markov number, as 29 is a solution to the Markov Diophantine equation.
In the binary number system 29 can be written as 11101.
In the hexadecimal number system 29 can be written as 1D.
In Roman Numerals the number 29 can be written as XXIX
Popular conversions involving the number 29:
29 feet in metric meters is 8.84m.
29 miles in metric kilometers is 47.7km.
29 inches in metric centimeters is 73.66 cm.
29 pounds in weight is equivalent to 13.2 kilograms.
In 29 days there are 696 hours.