Twenty-Nine Facts About the Number 29

Facts About the Number 29
Luke Ward
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Is twenty-nine your lucky number or birthday?

Maybe you just want to know how awesome this number actually is.

Well why not check out the top 29 facts about this special number.

The Number 29 is the tenth prime number.

It is also the sum of three consecutive squares, 2² + 3² + 4².

29 The atomic number of copper.

Saturn requires over 29 years to orbit the Sun.

29 is an album by Ryan Adams.

29 miles is 46.67 kilometers.

29 inches is 73.66 centimeters.

The number of days February has in leap years.

A polygon made up of 29 sides is called an icosikaienneagon, enneacosagon or a nonacosagon.

According to USA Today, 29% of married couples share a toothbrush.

Liam Payne from One Direction was born on August 29, 1993.

29 written in roman numerals is XXIX.

In Bingo, ball number 29 is called In Your Prime.

The Human skull is made up of 29 bones.

Seven straight cuts through a pizza can divide it into as many as 29 pieces.

Twentynine Palms is a city in California, United States.

It would take 29 million years for a car traveling 100 miles per hour to reach the nearest star.

29th January is National Puzzle Day.

The odds of being born on 29th February are 1 in 1461.

On 29th March 2004, The Republic of Ireland became the first country in the world to ban smoking in all work places, including bars and restaurants.

29th April is International Dance Day.

29th May is National Put A Pillow On Your Fridge Day.

On 29th June 2008, Thomas Beatie, the world’s first pregnant man, gave birth to a daughter called Susan Juliette Beatie.

On 29th July 2005, astronomers announced their discovery of Eris – a dwarf planet that orbits the Sun directly.

29th August is the first day of Thoth, the first day of the Egyptian calendar.

29th September is National Coffee Day.

29th October is National Cat Day.

The 29th November is the 333rd day of the year, or 334th in a leap year.

The 29th December is the fifth day of Christmas.

On July 29, 2005, astronomers announced their discovery of Eris - a dwarf planet that orbits the Sun directly.

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