# 45 (number)

45 is the natural number following 44 and followed by 46.

 List of numbers — Integers << 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 >>
Cardinal forty-five
Ordinal45th (forty-fifth)
Factorization[itex] 3^2 \cdot 5[itex]
Divisors 3, 5, 9, 15
Roman numeralXLV
Binary101101

## In mathematics

Forty-five is a triangular number, a hexagonal and 16-gonal number, a Kaprekar number and a Harshad number.

## In other fields

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Forty-five is also:

• The atomic number of rhodium
• The total of books in the Old Testament of the Holy Bible in the Catholic version if the Book of Lamentations is considered part of the Book of Jeremiah.
• In years of marriage, the sapphire wedding anniversary.
• In reference to gramophone records, 45 refers to a type of record by its revolution speed of 45 revolutions per minute (rpm). These small discs usually contained one song on each side which resulted in calling such records singles.
• Originally the 45 RPM record was introduced as a longer play version of the 78 RPM discs. The first 45 RPM records were monaural with recordings on both sides of the Disc. Produced in several sizes, the 7" large hole version became the most popular. As stereo recordings became popular in the 1950s, almost all of the newer 45 RPM records were recorded in Stereo.
• See also: 78, LP and 33.
• The title of a book of essays by record producer Bill Drummond, derived both from the speed of a pop single and from his age when he finished writing it.
• The caliber of some handguns.
• a card game: Forty-five
• I-45 is the designation for a US interstate highway in Texas.
• The code for international direct dial phone calls to Denmark.
• In the Ishihara color test, 45 is on a plate of blue, green, red and brown circles which people with normal vision can discern but colorblind people can't see.
• The '45 refers to the 1745 Jacobite Rising in Great Britain.
• The year AD 45, 45 BC, and 1945.es:Cuarenta y cinco

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