Q: All the facts about the number 13?

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It is the 6th prime number.

13 and all its multiples are divisible by 13.

Its the thirteenth number. It's abosolute value is 13. It's opposite is -13. If you add 87 to it, it equals 100. It's before 14. It's after 12. Its a natural number. 13x2 is 26. It's a real number. Its rational (it can be turned into a fraction). (Just for fun.) It is supposedly an unlucky number.

Because all of its factors also known as 13 and 1 add up to be more than the number itself 13.

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Since 13 is a prime number, the only factors that it has are 1 and 13.

It is the 6th prime number.

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It is the successor to the integer 12.It is the predecessor to 14. It is a prime number.

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13 and all its multiples are divisible by 13.

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Some positive numbers are divisible by 13, but not all of them.

Its the thirteenth number. It's abosolute value is 13. It's opposite is -13. If you add 87 to it, it equals 100. It's before 14. It's after 12. Its a natural number. 13x2 is 26. It's a real number. Its rational (it can be turned into a fraction). (Just for fun.) It is supposedly an unlucky number.

all numbers have at least two factors, 1 and the number itself

2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 all do not go into 13 because 13 is prime.