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Thirteen (13) is the natural number following twelve and preceding fourteen.

Thirteen is the 6th smallest prime number, the next is seventeen.

13 goes into 999,999 exactly 76,923 times, so fractions with 13 in the denominator have six digit repeating sequences in their decimal expansions.

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