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Number 5


The number 5 is a Positive and Odd number. it's Inverse number is 0.2 and it's Counter number is -5. The number 5 can be divided by 1 ,5 without remainder of course. In addition, it's not a Perfect square and it's a Prime number.Now Let's use some trigonometric functions just for fun... Using the Sine Fuction: Sin(5°) gives -0.959, using the Cosine Function Cos(5°) gives 0.284 and using the Tangent Function tan(5°) gives -3.381.


5 contains 1 digits that summed up to 5. .In English this number should sounds like: five. In addition, the digits that represents the number 5 are: five.
The number 5 is a decimal number and it means that it represented in base 10. 5 can also be represented In different bases such as base two, that also known as Binary and looks like: 101, base 8, that also known as Octal and looks like 5 and base 16, that also known as Hexadecimal and looks like: 5. These are the the most common bases but of course, there are much more bases.

Possible Meanings for the number:

This number can represent an IP address such as: This number can also represents a webcolor like : #000005
Previous number 4
Binary (base two):101
Octal (base 8):5
Hexadecimal (base 16):5
Divisible by: 1 ,5
Factorial number:120
Number of digits:1
Prime Factorization:5
Sum of digits: 5
This number can be ip :
Next number 6
Even / Odd:Odd
Unix Timestamp:Thu Jan 1 0:00:05 1970
Perfect square:NO
Positive / Negative:Positive
English digits:five
Sin: -0.959
Cos: 0.284
Tan: -3.381
Color Number: #000005
Fibonacci number:YES

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Same dude. Not same story but I killed a cat when I was 5

Updated at : 11/12/2017

When I was 5 I killed a cat. It wasn't deliberate but I hid the evidence anyway and didn't tell anyone until years later. The next door neighbor's cat was adorable and all I ever wanted to do was stroke it, however, it never wanted me to. It learned that if it crept under the middle of our car, it could lie down and I couldn't reach it. Intrepid and young, I wouldn't take no for an answer and grabbed a dissembled piece of furniture from the side of my house, making an attempt to poke it out. The cat screeched like hell and ran out from under the car leaving a trail of blood behind, only then did I realize that the piece of wood had nails sticking out of the end. Naturally I felt awful and started crying which made my mum tell me to come back inside. Later that evening I went back out to look for the cat; I found it dead by bush not too far from the owners house. That night I dug a grave under the moonlight, leaving the cat buried in the hole where no one would find it. Days later th

Updated at : 08/07/2016