365 (number)

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Cardinalthree hundred sixty-five
Ordinal365th
(three hundred sixty-fifth)
Factorization5 × 73
Greek numeralΤΞΕ´
Roman numeralCCCLXV
Binary1011011012
Ternary1111123
Quaternary112314
Quinary24305
Senary14056
Octal5558
Duodecimal26512
Hexadecimal16D16
VigesimalI520
Base 36A536

365 (three hundred [and] sixty-five) is the natural number following 364 and preceding 366.

Mathematics[edit]

365 is a semiprime centered square number. It is also the fifth 38-gonal number.

It is the smallest number which has more than one expression as a sum of consecutive square numbers:

There are no known primes with period 365, while at least one prime with each of the periods 1 to 364 is known.

Timekeeping[edit]

There are 365.2422 solar days in the mean tropical year. Several solar calendars have a year containing 365 days.[1] Related to this, in Ontario, the driver's license learner's permit used to be called "365"[2][3] because it was valid for only 366 days. Financial and scientific calculations often use a 365-day calendar to simplify daily rates.

Religious meanings[edit]

Judeo-Christian[edit]

In the Jewish faith there are 365 "negative commandments".[4] Also, the Bible states that Enoch lived for 365 years before entering heaven alive (see Genesis 5:23-24).

Gnosticism[edit]

The letters of the deity Abraxas, in the Greek notation, make up the number 365. This number was subsequently viewed as signifying the levels of heaven.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bryan Bunch, The Kingdom of Infinite Number. New York: W. H. Freeman & Company (2000): 169
  2. ^ http://emily.icomm.ca/isms.html[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2005-12-07. Retrieved 2006-03-31.
  4. ^ "The Commandments - Maimonides". Retrieved 5 May 2015.
  5. ^ "CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Abrasax". Retrieved 5 May 2015.