201 (number)

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← 200 201 202 →
Cardinal two hundred one
Ordinal 201st
(two hundred first)
Factorization 3 × 67
Divisors 1, 3, 67, 201
Greek numeral ΣΑ´
Roman numeral CCI
Binary 110010012
Ternary 211103
Quaternary 30214
Quinary 13015
Senary 5336
Octal 3118
Duodecimal 14912
Hexadecimal C916
Vigesimal A120
Base 36 5L36

201 (two hundred [and] one) is the natural number following 200 and preceding 202.

In mathematics[edit]

As the two factors of 201 are both Gaussian primes, 201 is a Blum integer.

201 is a Harshad number in base 10.

In computing[edit]

  • 201 is an HTTP status code indicating a new resource was successfully created in response to the request, with the textual part of the response line indicating the URL of the newly created document.

In astronomy[edit]

In other fields[edit]

  • A 201 file is a set of documents maintained by the US government for members of the Armed Forces. It is also referred to as the Official Military Personnel File.
  • HTTP status code 201 indicates the success of a POST command, with the textual part of the response line indicating the URI by which the newly created document should be known.
  • 201 in binary (11001001) is the title of an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
  • Area code 201 is the area code assigned to northern New Jersey in the United States.
  • 201 is the course number of basic or entry-level courses at some Canadian universities (such as the University of Calgary and Athabasca University), especially if the number 101 is allocated to remedial courses.
  • 201 is also short for 201 Poplar, the jail in Memphis, Tennessee, and alluded to in many rap songs from Memphis artists.
  • in Philippine employment, a 201 file is a file detailing an employee's history and records with a particular employer
  • The 201 Class diesel locomotive used by Iarnród Éireann and NI Railways.
  • The 201 series is a Japanese commuter train type
  • The EMI 201 television camera use in the 1960s
  • "201" is the title of an episode of South Park.