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108

108 

  • One hundred [and] eight (or nine dozen)It is a tetranacci number.
  • It is the hyperfactorial of 3 since it is of the form .
  • it is a refactorable number, shop it is divisible by the value of its φ function, prostate which is 36. 108 is also divisible by the total number of its divisors (12).
  • In Euclidean space, the interior angles of a regular pentagon measure 108 degrees each.
  • There are 108 free polyominoes of order 7.
  • In base 10, it is a Harshad number and a self number.
  • The equation  results in the Golden ratio
  • It is sacred number in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and connected yoga and dharma based practices.
  • The individual numbers 1, 0, and 8 represent one thing, nothing, and everything (infinity).
  • It represents the ultimate reality of the universe as being (seemingly paradoxically) simultaneously One, emptiness, and infinite,
  • Hindu deities have 108 names, whilst in Gaudiya Vaishnavism, there are 108 gopis of Vrindavan.
  • The Mala have 108-beaded
  • It is the distance of Sun from Earth divided by diameter of Sun and distance of Moon from Earth divided by diameter of Moon.
  • It is the number of beads in the juzu for Zen priests
  • It is the number of question in The Lankavatara Sutra where the Bodhisattva Mahamati asks Buddha 108 question
  • It is the diameter in foot of the pre-historic monument Stonehenge.
  • It is the number of pressure points in the body, according to Marma Adi, Ayurveda and the Chinese schools.
  • It is the number of suitors coveting Penelope, wife of Odysseus.
  • It is the number love sonnets in Astrophil and Stella, the first English sonnet sequence by Sir Philip Sidney.
  • It is the atomic number of hassium.
  • It is the number of Mbit/s of a non-standard extension of IEEE 802.11g wireless network using channel bonding.
  • It was 108 minutes from launch to landing of the first spaceflight of the first human spaceflight in history.
  • It is 108…. and it will be…