100 (number)

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Cardinalone hundred
Ordinal100th
(one hundredth)
Factorization22× 52
Greek numeralΡ´
Roman numeralC
Binary11001002
Ternary102013
Quaternary12104
Quinary4005
Senary2446
Octal1448
Duodecimal8412
Hexadecimal6416
Vigesimal5020
Base 362S36

100 (also written as one hundred) is the natural number after 99 and before 101. It is the first three-digit number above zero. The number 100 is an abundant number. The letter C is the old Roman numeral for 100.

Usage[change | change source]

100 m running competition.

In binary and bcd -code, 100 means number four.