Q: How many mathematical facts about the number 13 is there and what are they?

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Triphobia would be fear of the number 3. Whether anyone actually suffers from such a phobia, I do not know. Many people fear the number 13, but the number 3 is considered to be much more benign.

Answer: 13 yds = 468 "

13 millimeters = approximately 0.512 inch, or just over half an inch.

There are 0.0254 metres in one inch. Therefore, 13 inches is equal to 13 x 0.0254 = 0.3302 metres.

Answer: 13 st = 82.5 kg

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13 is not an unlucky number it is superstitious. I love the number 13

Since 13 is a prime number, the only factors that it has are 1 and 13.

It is the 6th prime number.

You can have infinitely many mathematical expressions that equal 13. Or any other given number. For example, 13 + 0, 12 + 1, 11 + 2, etc., then 0 + 13, - 1 + 14, -2 + 15, etc. ... there you have infinitely many. You can make up lots of other types of expressions that give the same result.

It is the successor to the integer 12.It is the predecessor to 14. It is a prime number.

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algebra: 5[2x3(22-13)+3] mathematical: 5x2

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There are many theories on why people believe the number 13 is unlucky, but none of them have been proven likely. Many people also feel that the number 13 is lucky.

Its the thirteenth number. It's abosolute value is 13. It's opposite is -13. If you add 87 to it, it equals 100. It's before 14. It's after 12. Its a natural number. 13x2 is 26. It's a real number. Its rational (it can be turned into a fraction). (Just for fun.) It is supposedly an unlucky number.