43 (number)

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424344
Cardinalforty-three
Ordinal43rd
(forty-third)
Factorizationprime
Divisors1, 43
Roman numeralXLIII
Binary1010112
Ternary11213
Quaternary2234
Quinary1335
Senary1116
Octal538
Duodecimal3712
Hexadecimal2B16
Vigesimal2320
Base 361736
 
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424344
Cardinalforty-three
Ordinal43rd
(forty-third)
Factorizationprime
Divisors1, 43
Roman numeralXLIII
Binary1010112
Ternary11213
Quaternary2234
Quinary1335
Senary1116
Octal538
Duodecimal3712
Hexadecimal2B16
Vigesimal2320
Base 361736

43 (forty-three) is the natural number following 42 and preceding 44.

In mathematics[edit]

Forty-three is the 14th smallest prime number. The previous is forty-one, with which it comprises a twin prime, and the next is forty-seven. 43 is the smallest prime that is not a Chen prime. It is also the third Wagstaff prime.

43 is the fourth term of Sylvester's sequence, one more than the product of the previous terms (2 × 3 × 7).

43 is a centered heptagonal number.

Let a(0) = a(1) = 1, and thenceforth a(n) = (a(0)2 + a(1)2 + ... + a(n-1)2) / (n-1). This sequence continues 1 1 2 3 5 10 28 154... (sequence A003504 in OEIS). Amazingly, a(43) is the first term of this sequence that is not an integer.

43 is a Heegner number.

43 is a repdigit in base 6 (111).

43 is the largest natural number that is not an (original) McNugget number.

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This is the smallest prime number expressible as the sum of 2, 3, 4, or 5 different primes:

The date magic square at right illustrates the magic constant as the sum of four primes:

When taking the first six terms of the Taylor series for computing e, one obtains

\sum_{i=0}^{5}\frac{1}{i!}=\frac{163}{60}=2+\frac{43}{60},\

which is also five minus the fifth harmonic number.

In science[edit]

Astronomy[edit]

In sports[edit]

In the US's National Football League, the number 43 was worn by Jim Norton of the Tennessee Titans (formerly the Houston Oilers). The Titans have retired the number.

In auto racing:

In basketball:

In Ice Hockey:

In baseball:

In cricket:

In Motocross/Supercross

Films[edit]

In a film by Pixar called Cars, the champion racecar in the film, Strip "The King" Wheathers is racecar number 43 based on Richard Petty's car. Petty also provides the voice of "The King" in the film.

In season 6 episode 8 of The Big Bang Theory 43 is a number discovered on a black board in a room where Sheldon Cooper spends 20 minutes a day to "rest" from various activities occupying his mind. The room was discovered by Raj and Howard when they were following Sheldon to figure out what he did within the 20 minute empty span in his schedule. Raj and Howard thought of many scientific explanations for the number when in reality the number only represented Sheldon's Hacky Sacking high score.

Movie 43, which came out in 2013, is a film consisting of a series of interconnected short stories, featuring some of the biggest stars in Hollywood, which make up the insane storylines a washed-up producer is pitching to a movie company .

In other fields[edit]

Forty-three is:

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kellogg, William O. (2010). Barron's AP United States History (9th ed.). Barron's Educational Series. p. 364. ISBN 9780764141843. "George H. W. Bush (Republican) [Bush 41—i.e., the first president Bush, George H. W. Bush was the forty-first President of the United States, and so some have referred to him in this way since the election of his son, George W. Bush or Bush 43—the forty-third president of the United States.]" 

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