# 150 number

**150** is the natural number following 149 and preceding 151.

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Cardinal | One hundred [and] fifty |

Ordinal | 150th |

Factorization | |

Divisors | 2, 3, 5, 6, 10, 15, 25, 30, 50, 75 |

Roman numeral | CL |

Binary | 10010110 |

Hexadecimal | 96 |

**One hundred [and] fifty** is the sum of eight consecutive primes (7 + 11 + 13 + 17 + 19 + 23 + 29 + 31). Given 150, the Mertens function returns 0. 150 is a Harshad number.

The 150th anniversary of a town, business, or like organization is called a sesquicentennial. (The prefix "sesqui-" means "and a half".)

**One hundred [and] fifty** is also:

- The number of Psalms in the Holy Bible. The last Psalm, Psalm 150, is perhaps the Psalm most often set to music.
- The number of sons of Ulam, who were combat archers, in the Census of the men of Israel upon return from exile (Holy Bible, 1 Chronicles 8:40). Also, the number of sons of Parosh and Zechariah at the Census upon return from Babylonia (Ezra 8:3).
- The model number of the Ford F-150 truck.
- The number of degrees in the quincunx astrological aspect explored by Johannes Kepler.
- The year AD
**150**or 150 BC.

## Other numbers in the 150s

**One hundred [and] fifty-one** has its own article.

**One hundred [and] fifty-two** (152, CLII) is the natural number following one hundred [and] fifty-one and preceding one hundred [and] fifty-three. It is a composite number, and its factorization is

This number is the sum of four consecutive primes (31 + 37 + 41 + 43). It is a Harshad number. It is a nontotient since there is no integer with 152 coprimes below it.

**One hundred [and] fifty-two** is also:

**One hundred [and] fifty-three** now has its own article.

**One hundred [and] fifty-four** (154, CLIV) is the natural number following one hundred [and] fifty-three and preceding one hundred [and] fifty-five. It is a composite number, and its factorization

makes it a sphenic number. It is also a nonagonal number. It is a nontotient since there is no integer with 154 coprimes below it, and a self number since there is no integer which added up to its base 10 digits results in 154.

**One hundred [and] fifty-four** is also:

**One hundred fifty-five** (155, CLV) is the natural number following one hundred fifty-four and preceding one hundred fifty-six. It is a composite number, and its factorization is

**One hundred fifty-five** is also:

- The designation of some spur routes of Interstate 55.
- The year AD
**155**or 155 BC. - The maximum possible score in a single break in snooker, including penalty points.

**One hundred fifty-six** (156, CLVI) is the natural number following one hundred fifty-five and preceding one hundred fifty-six. It is a composite number, and its factorization is

It is a pronic number and a Harshad number.

**One hundred fifty-six** is also:

- The number of sons of Magbish in the Census of the men of Israel upon return from exile (Holy Bible, Ezra 2:30).
- The year AD
**156**or 156 BC.

**One hundred fifty-seven** (157, CLVII) is the natural number following one hundred fifty-six and preceding one hundred fifty-eight. It is the 37th prime number, the next is one hundred sixty-three. The next odd number is 159, a semiprime, thus 157 is a Chen prime.

**One hundred fifty-seven** is also:

**One hundred fifty-eight** (158, CLVIII) is the natural number following one hundred fifty-seven and preceding one hundred fifty-eight. It is a composite number, and its factorization is

It is a nontotient since there is no integer with 158 coprimes below it.

**One hundred fifty-eight** is also:

**One hundred fifty-nine** (159, CLIX) is the natural number following one hundred fifty-eight and preceding one hundred sixty. It is a composite number, and its factorization

This number is the sum of three consecutive primes (47 + 53 + 59). Given 159, the Mertens function returns 0. 159 is a Woodall number.

**One hundred fifty-nine** is also: