# 929

This number is a prime.

The number of chapters in the Old Testament of the Protestant Bible (e.g., KJV). [Agard]

π(929) = 9^{2} - 2^{2} + 9^{2}. [Caldwell]

The smallest palindromic prime whose cube can be expressed as the sum of
three odd cubes: 929^{3} = 69^{3} + 447^{3} + 893^{3}. [Rivera]

929 = (1!)^5 + (2!)^4 + (3!)^3 + (4!)^2 + (5!)^1. Note the descending powers of ascending factorials. [Stinchcombe]

9^{29} + 92^{9} is prime. [Vrba]

The number of partial mappings (or mapping patterns) from 7 points to themselves. [Post]

Will 929 square centimeters cover a square foot? [Beedassy]

The smallest prime in the first known 3-by-3-by-3 cube of primes in a generalized (or multidimensional) arithmetic progression. [Post]

929 can be expressed as the product plus the average of a pair of twin primes: 29*(29+2)+(2*29+2)/2. Note the digits 2 and 9. [Silva]

The smallest palindromic prime whose sum and product of digits are abundant numbers. [Loungrides]

929 plus the product of its digits is a bemirp. [Orr]

The smallest palindromic prime Honaker number. [Loungrides]

Largest palindromic prime such that sum of its digits is equal to the number of palindromic primes up to it. [Gupta]