# Wikimedians by favorite numbers

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This is a listing of Wikipedians organized by numerical preference, in increasing order. Please add yourself, and your numbers if they aren't here yet!

## -16

1. Ryan - It's a Neopets thing. Don't ask. Just remember: -4^2 = -16.

## eiπ

1. --Celestianpower (en, wikt) 15:09, 5 June 2006 (UTC)

## 0

1. ClockworkSoul – "Number lite".

## εo

1. jquarry (8.85419 x 10-12 F/m, I like the permittivity of free space)

## e

1. Yath - It simply rocks.

## √2 (1.4142...)

1. Crasshopper${\displaystyle {\sqrt {2}}}$ symbolizes the Pythagorean Theorem. Moreover, the first man to prove ${\displaystyle {\sqrt {2}}}$ to be irrational was killed for upsetting the others' worldview.

## 1

1. OlEnglish -- Yeah! I'm number one!

## 2

1. Patio It takes two to tango, am I really the first to suggest this?

## 3

1. Eduardogobi - You don't want to know why... Like... Because of the channel 3 on old TVs... I used to play an old videogame using that channel... Yeah...
2. Eequor
3. Hyacinth

## π

1. Idont Havaname
2. Jewbacca -- (surprised this wasn't here yet!)
3. Codernaut
4. Blueyoshi321 It's pi.
5. Pfv2
6. Liface - 100 digits memorized and counting.
7. Linuxerist
8. Rock drum
9. Ochilov

## 4

1. Alphax (one of)
2. DoubleBlue
3. Mikhailov Kusserow

## δ

1. Bror from Sweden

## 6

1. Dr. Ebola First perfect number
2. Anonunit Some astrological book said that anyone born on November 24 have an obsession with the number 6. I liked it for awhile, but now I like 10 even more.
3. Cafe Nervosa likes six because it is easy to spell.

## 7

1. Eequor
2. Neutrality
3. Morbid-o
4. Alphax (one of)
5. Dungodung
6. Zubizuva
7. Martinman11 no idea why though
8. DarkEvil How can you have a favorite number except the lucky 7
9. Sintonak.X
10. Owlpostforever
11. SchfiftyThree (and 12)
12. Mikhailov Kusserow

## 11

1. Joolz - I have a tough time choosing between seven and eleven, I'm not sure why I like 11, maybe because it's always left out

## 12

1. Ryan Norton - not sure why....
2. Mikhailov Kusserow

## 13

1. JM.Beaubourg: It's a prime, it's a dozen plus one, sounds like 實生 (see 13)
2. Webkid - you don't believe it?
3. acagastya: It is my favourite number, at I added my name on Friday, the 13th!

## 16

1. Alphax (one of)
2. Jaberwocky6669 I duuno, I just have this thing about this number. There was a time when I constantly had to speak it in my mind and make it feel like I was actually saying it but not actually say it. Now as long as I can keep myself busy I can avoid it prettymuch. I still have to count numbers and letters and break shapes down into sub-shapes until I can arrive at the number 16. For example, I break a square into four smaller squares which I further break down into 4 even smaller squares because 4 x 4 = 16! I often do it to road signs though. Is this normal?
3. Utcursch

## 17

1. Steffen Löwe Gera (it's my birthday)
2. Hedley
3. Blueyoshi321 YP 17!
4. Sphilbrick YP 17!

## 21

1. lysdexia for blackjack, dice, and the thermosologeochemical Castleton constant which I discovered and explained on free_energy@eGroups.com
2. Alphax (one of)
3. Greeves (talk contribs Wikipedia)

## 42

1. \Mike - of course...
2. Codernaut
3. Thyrduulf how could anyone not like this number?
4. Ddawson What else?
5. Linuxbeak - There's got to be more people in this catagory...
6. Guy M (Talk) And my father wanted to name me Marvin!
7. Blueyoshi321 This many roads.
8. Voyager640
9. Aperculum This one was too obvious
10. DrWho42 Good ol' Deep Thought.
11. --Celestianpower (en, wikt) Duh!
12. John Bibby - so of course my website is [1]
13. Daakadence - because 420 is just too many digits.
14. Nishkid64 Bob: Hey, what did you get as the answer to question #11?; George: 42.

## 111

1. thenalyssasaid - Honorable mention to "1" and "11"

## 112

1. Djinn112 (also 327.)

## 327

1. Djinn112 (also 112.)

## 512

1. Hołek - because this is amount of my RAM ;)

## 2520

1. Ardonik (Why? Its factors are five, seven, eight, and nine, making it the smallest integer that is divisible by all of the natural numbers between 1 and 10. For the same reason, 15,120 used to be my favorite number many years ago.)

## Complex

### 2πi

1. Guanaco 04:31, 3 November 2005 (UTC)

## Cardinality

${\displaystyle \aleph _{0}}$

${\displaystyle \aleph _{1}}$

## Extrainfinity

--Ivocamp96 15:59, 10 March 2009 (UTC)