555 is the natural number following 554 and preceding 556.
Mathematical properties [ edit ]
It is a
In base 10, it is a
repdigit, and because it is divisible by the sum of its digits, it is a Harshad number. It is also a Harshad number in binary, base 11, base 13 and hexadecimal.
Electronics [ edit ]
Other fields [ edit ]
Five hundred [and] fifty five is:
The years AD
and 555 . 555 BC The telephone exchange for fictitious phone numbers in US
movies and video games — see 555 (telephone number) and North American Numbering Plan. The number of keyboard sonatas written by
Domenico Scarlatti, according to the catalog by Ralph Kirkpatrick. A musical piece by
Frank Zappa (Five-Five-FIVE). It refers to the time signature of the composition (5/8 - 5/8 - 5/4). The Thai version of
lol in a text conversation. "5" in Thai is pronounced "ha," so three of them would be "hahaha." "5" in Mandarin Chinese is pronounced "wu" so three together would be "wuwuwu", which sounds somewhat like sobbing.
The approximate height of the
Washington Monument in feet.
Adolf Hitler's DAP registration number. He was actually the 55th member, as the founders began registering with 500 to make it appear as if there were many more people in the party ranks than there actually were. The Greek gematrical equivalent to the word
Necronomicon, according to Simon.
, a Kamen Rider 555 Japanese tokusatsu TV series, where "555" is read as " Φ's," "Phi's," or "Faiz."
Cigarette brand, see , a subsidiary of State Express 555 British American Tobacco
5:55 (pronounced in English "five fifty-five") is the second album by French musician and actress Charlotte Gainsbourg. "5:55" is also the first song on this album.
Padova Rugby 555 ASD is an Italian non-professional team rugby union
See also [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
555-LIST list of fictional phone numbers
 explanation of the song 'Heretic Anthem' by Slipknot which features 555 in the lyrics