|Factorization||22 × 23|
|Divisors||1, 2, 4, 23, 46, 92|
- a pentagonal number.
- palindromic in bases 6 (2326), 7 (1617), 22 (4422), and 45 (2245).
- an Erdős–Woods number, since it is possible to find sequences of 92 consecutive integers such that each inner member shares a factor with either the first or the last member.
For n = 8, there are 92 solutions in the n-Queens Problem.
There are 92 "atomic elements" in the Look-and-say sequence, corresponding to the 92 non-transuranic elements in the chemist's periodic table.
In other fieldsEdit
Ninety-two is also:
- The code for international direct dial phone calls to Pakistan.
- The numeric code for the Hauts-de-Seine department of France. The number is reflected in the department's postal code, plus the names of at least three local sports clubs, specifically Racing 92 in rugby union and Metropolitans 92 and Nanterre 92 in basketball.
- In the title of the book Ninety-two in the Shade, by Thomas McGuane.
- The 92nd Tiger book by Michael Gilbert
- The House on 92nd Street, a 1945 film
- The model number of the gray Texas Instruments TI-92 graphing calculator
- The Beretta 92 series of semi-automatic pistols.
- The "Illustrious "92" or "Glorious 92": Massachusetts legislators who refused to rescind the Massachusetts Circular Letter soliciting other British colonies' support in resistance to the Townshend Acts prior to the American Revolution. Analogous to the number 45 in reference to the protests of John Wilkes against British corruption.
- The Guinness record of the longest placename, Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaurehaeaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu, has 92 characters.
- The ISBN Group Identifier for books published by international publishers such as UNESCO.
- The number which runs through almost every single of British film-maker Peter Greenaway's films. This number has special association with the fictional character of Greenaway's creation, Tulse Luper. It is said the number itself is based on a mathematical error in calculations concerning John Cage's work Indeterminacy. See The Falls for extensive use of this number.
- "92", a song by Avail from their 1996 album 4am Friday
- STS-92 Space Shuttle Discovery mission, on October 11, 2000 to the International Space Station
- The 92nd Street Y in Manhattan
- 92 days of summer
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