Prime Factorization | |

Divisors | 1 |

Count of divisors | 1 |

Sum of divisors | 1 |

Previous integer | 0 |

Next integer | 2 |

Is prime? | NO |

Previous prime | |

Next prime | 2 |

1^{st} prime number |
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Is a Fibonacci number? | YES |

Next Fibonacci number | 1 |

1^{st} Fibonacci number |
1 |

Zeckendorf representation | 1 |

Is a Pell number? | YES |

Is a regular number? | YES |

Is a perfect number? | NO |

Is a perfect square number? | YES |

Is a perfect cube number? | YES |

Is power of 2? | YES |

Is power of 3? | YES |

Factorial 1! | 1 |

Square 1^{2} |
1 |

Square root √1 | 1 |

Cube 1^{3} |
1 |

Cubic root ∛1 | 1 |

Natural logarithm | 0 |

Decimal logarithm | 0 |

1 modulo 360° | 1° |

Sine of 1 radians | 0.8414709848079 |

Cosine of 1 radians | 0.54030230586814 |

Tangent of 1 radians | 1.5574077246549 |

Sine of 1 degrees | 0.017452406437284 |

Cosine of 1 degrees | 0.99984769515639 |

Tangent of 1 degrees | 0.017455064928218 |

1 degrees in radiants | 0.017453292519943 |

1 radiants in degrees | 57.295779513082 |

Binary | 1 |

Octal | 1 |

Duodecimal | 1 |

Hexadecimal | 1 |

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