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The Number 111: Properties and Meanings

Prime Factors of 111=3x37.

111 can be Partitioned 56 times with each term no larger than 2.

111 can be Partitioned 1083 times with each term no larger than 3.

111 is a Nonagonal Number.

111 is a 38-gonal Number.

111 is a Centered 11-gonal Number.

The number 111 is sometimes called a "nelson", after Admiral Nelson.

Considered an ill omen as a score in cricket , because the figures "111" resemble a wicket without bails.

111 is the emergency telephone number in New Zealand.


The Year 111 AD

In the year 111 AD there was a Uranus-Neptune conjunction in Cancer.

In the year 111 AD King Vasabha died. (Sri Lanka).

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