10 (number)

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9 10 11
Cardinalten
Ordinal10th
(tenth)
Numeral systemdecimal
Factorization2 · 5
Divisors1, 2, 5, 10
Roman numeralX
Roman numeral (unicode)X, x
Greek prefixdeca-/deka-
Latin prefixdeci-
Binary10102
Ternary1013
Quaternary224
Quinary205
Senary146
Octal128
DuodecimalA12
HexadecimalA16
VigesimalA20
Base 36A36
Chinese numeral十,拾
Hebrewי (Yod)
Khmer១០
Korean
Tamil
Thai๑๐
Sanskrit/Marathi/Hindi१०
Bangla১০

10 (ten /ˈtɛn/ (About this sound listen)) is the number that is after nine and before eleven. Most people have ten fingers and ten toes.

Ten is the smallest positive whole number with two digits. Ten is an important number because most people write numbers using multiples of ten. This is called the decimal number system.

In Roman numerals, 10 is written as X.