Q: Is number 13 fiction

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A number is divisible by 13 if it is a multiple of 13. In other words, 13 times a number results in a big number that is divisible by 13.

Nothing goes into 13 evenly other than 1 and 13, so that means it is a prime number.

13 is not an unlucky number it is superstitious. I love the number 13

Thirteen = 13

There is no decimal number for the binary number 13 because 13 cannot be a binary number.

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Non-fiction books have a call number, just like fiction books do.

If you're asking about the genre, it's Young Adult Fiction, or YA Fiction.

A number is divisible by 13 if it is a multiple of 13. In other words, 13 times a number results in a big number that is divisible by 13.

Untitled Fiction Project - 2010 I Have Some New Tactics 1-13 was released on: USA: 9 February 2011

She is probably FICTION but based on facts.

Nothing goes into 13 evenly other than 1 and 13, so that means it is a prime number.

13 is not an unlucky number it is superstitious. I love the number 13

The dewey decimal number of 823.914 designates the category of English fiction, between 1945 and 1999. The breakdown of the number is as follows: 800 - Literature 820 - English & Old English literatures 823 - English Fiction 823.9 - English Fiction - Modern Period 823.91 - English Fiction - 20th Century 823.914 - English fiction - 1945-1999

Thirteen = 13

No, 13 is not a composite number.

No. 13 is an odd number.

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