0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 are the ten numbers that make up every other number! Six is the sixth number in the numeral system and half of twelve. Hence, a six pack of something is commonly referred to as a “half dozen.”
Six is a triangular number. The factors of six are one, two and three and, when added together, these factors make up a sum of six. Therefore, six is the first perfect number. One, two and three make six whether to add them or multiply them together! When it comes to shapes, an octahedron has six corners or vertices and a tetrahedron has six edges.
Carbon, the element that is present in all living matter, has the atomic number six. Sets of six can also form groups or describe things in a certain way. For instance, six musicians from a sextet and sextuplets are six children born together. Another “six” facts is that King Henry VIII of England (1491-1547) had six wives during his lifetime.
Below is a list of five things associated with the number six: