8 (number)

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7 8 9
−1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Cardinaleight
Ordinal8th
(eighth)
Numeral systemoctal
Factorization23
Divisors1, 2, 4, 8
Roman numeralVIII
Roman numeral (unicode)Ⅷ, ⅷ
Greek prefixocta-/oct-
Latin prefixocto-/oct-
Binary10002
Ternary223
Quaternary204
Quinary135
Senary126
Octal108
Duodecimal812
Hexadecimal816
Vigesimal820
Base 36836
Greekη (or Η)
Arabic٨,8
Urdu
Amharic
Bengali
Chinese numeral八,捌
Devanāgarī
Kannada
Telugu
Tamil
Hebrewח (Het)
Hebrewשמונה (shmoneh)
Khmer
Korean
Thai
Pronunciation of the number 8

The number eight is a natural number that comes after the number seven and before the number nine. In Roman numerals, it is VIII.

Mathematics[change | change source]

In mathematics, the number eight is an even number and a composite number. Eight is also a power of two, being 2 times itself 3 times.