480 is a number following 479 and preceding 481. It is also called short ream, which is commonly used to measure the amount of paper.[1]


480 is an even composite number.

480 is an abundant number.

It has 24 divisors.

Its prime factorization is 25 × 3 × 5.[2]

It is also the number of visible scan lines in standard-definition television in most of the Americas.

Sources Edit

  1. Russ Rowlett, Units: R. How Many? A Dictionary of Units of Measurement.

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