← 25 26 27 →
Cardinaltwenty-six
Ordinal26th
(twenty-sixth)
Factorization2 × 13
Divisors1, 2, 13, 26
Greek numeralΚϚ´
Roman numeralXXVI
Binary110102
Ternary2223
Octal328
Duodecimal2212
Hexadecimal1A16

26 (twenty-six) is the natural number following 25 and preceding 27.

In mathematics

Poster designed to depict the speciality of the number 26
Poster designed to depict the speciality of the number 26

Properties of its positional representation in certain radixes

Twenty-six is a repdigit in base three (2223) and in base 12 (2212).

In base ten, 26 is the smallest number that is not a palindrome to have a square (262 = 676) that is a palindrome.

In science

Astronomy

In religion

In sports

In other fields

Twenty-six is:

26 is:

See also

References

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