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This article may contain excessive, poor or irrelevant examples. You can improve the article by adding more descriptive text. See Wikipedia's guide to writing better articles for further suggestions. 169 is the natural number following 168 and preceding 170. List of numbers — Integers << 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 >> 169 Cardinal one hundred [and] sixty-nine Ordinal 169th Factorization 169 = 132 Roman numeral CLXIX Binary 10101001 Hexadecimal A9 Contents 1 In mathematics 2 In astronomy 3 In geography 4 In the military 5 In transportation 6 In TV and radio 7 In other fields 8 See also 9 External links In mathematics 169 is an odd number 169 is a square number. 13 x 13 = 169, and the reverse 31 x 31 = 961 Being 13 squared, 169 is one of the few squares to also be a centered hexagonal number. But like any other odd square, it is a centered octagonal number 169 is an odd-indexed Pell number, thus it is also a Markov number, appearing in the solutions (2, 169, 985), (2, 29, 169), (29, 169, 14701), ... 169 is the sum of seven consecutive primes: 13 + 17 + 19 + 23 + 29 + 31 + 37 169 is a composite number 169 is a deficient number, as 14 is less than 169 Divisors: 1, 13, 169 In astronomy 169 Zelia is a bright main belt asteroid Gliese 169 is an orange, main sequence (K7 V) star in the constellation Taurus QSO B0307+169 is a quasar in the constellation Aries Sayh al Uhaymir 169 is a 206g lunar meteorite found in Sultanate of Oman In geography 169th meridian east and 169th meridian west Bryan, Texas is 169 miles south of Dallas Pittville No. 169, Saskatchewan is a rural municipality in Saskatchewan, Canada The American Watch Tool Company at 169 Elm Street in Waltham, Massachusetts The Oak Island Lighthouse on Oak Island, North Carolina is 169 feet in height The Thames River flows 169 miles through Ontario, Canada In the military USNS Private Jose F. Valdez (T-AG-169) was a United States Navy technical research ship during the 1960s USS Chatham (AK-169) was a United States Navy Alamosa-class cargo ship during World War II USS Gallatin (APA-169) was a United States Navy Haskell-class attack transport during World War II USS Foote (DD-169) was a United States Navy Wickes-class destroyer following World War I USS Atherton (DE-169) was a United States Navy Cannon-class destroyer escort during World War II USS Dolphin (SS-169) was a United States Navy submarine during World War II 169th Battalion, CEF unit in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the World War I 169th Fires Brigade the US Army National Guard artillery brigade, a part of the Colorado Army National Guard The United States Air Force's 169th Fighter Wing fighter unit at McEntire Joint National Guard Station, South Carolina 169 or 169th Squadrons 169th Airlift Squadron, a unit of the U.S. Air Force Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 169, United States Marine Corps Light Attack Helicopter Squadron No. 169 Squadron RAF, a unit of the United Kingdom Royal Air Force In transportation The Alfa Romeo 169 car is expected to be the replacement for the Alfa Romeo 166 Metro Transit Route 169 in Seattle 169th Street station on the IND Queens Boulevard Line of the New York City Subway served by the E and F trains 169th Street was a station on the demolished IRT Third Avenue Line of the New York City Subway The Ticonderoga was a 169- foot steam clipper displacing 1,089 tons, launched in 1849 at Williamsburg, New York Thomas Sopwith, an English aviation pioneer flew flew 169 miles (272 km) in 3 hours, 40 minutes on December 18, 1910 Highways and routes numbered 169 include: U.S. Route 169 runs from Virginia, Minnesota to Tulsa, Oklahoma Bannered routes of U.S. Route 169 (with exits in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Iowa) Arizona State Route 169 California State Route 169 Route 169 runs from Norwich, Connecticut to Charlton, Massachusetts Illinois Route 169 Massachusetts Route 169 M-169, Michigan was a state highway route in Michigan that connected US 27 and M-55 Minnesota State Highway 169 Nevada State Route 169 New Jersey Route 169 New York State Route 169 Ohio State Route 169 Tennessee State Route 169 Texas State Highway Spur 69 Utah State Route 169 Virginia State Route 169 Washington State Route 169 Wisconsin Highway 169 Highway 169 is a defunct highway in Ontario Quebec Route 169 National Route 169 is a national highway of Japan connecting Nara, Nara and Shingū, Wakayama In TV and radio The IEC 169-2 connector TV aerial plug Channel 169 on The Dish Network is Nick Jr. Channel 169 on XM Satellite Radio is The Power, an African-American talk channel In other fields 169 is also: The year AD 169 or 169 BC 169 AH is a year in the Islamic calendar that corresponds to 785 – 786 CE The atomic number of an element temporarily called Unhexennium 169 is the number of nonequivalent starting hands in the card game Texas hold 'em 169 is on the scoreboard on the video game Guitar Hero along with the number 666 169 is known in the computing world as the first number of an automatic IPv4 address assigned by TCP/IP when no external networking device is contactable Minuscule 169 is a Greek minuscule manuscript of the New Testament, on parchment Buddha Dordenma, a Shakyamuni Buddha statue statue under construction in the mountains of Bhutan, once completed, would be among the tallest Buddha rupas in the world at 169 feet See also List of highways numbered 169 United States Supreme Court cases, Volume 169 United Nations Security Council Resolution 169 St. Joseph Community Consolidated School District 169 External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: 169 (number) Number Facts and Trivia: 169 The Positive Integer 169 Prime curiosities: 169 The Number 169 VirtueScience: 169 Number Gossip 169 Boilermakers Local 169, Michigan