I myself, am a huge Valentino Rossi fan, so this is the perfect question for me. Rossi's father Graizzario Rossi, a motorbike rider him self, won his first race with the number 46. When Rossi started racing in the big classes he wanted the number that his father won his first grand prix with.
he has always kept the number 46 because his dad was 46 and rossi does not want to change the number plate
Valentino Rossi but for moto gp
No, you can't. The number is trademarked and that would expose you to a law suit or at the very least a cease and desist letter followed by a massive lawsuit.
Sounds like bias but I guess #46 is the most popular motorcycle number in racing. Why? Because this number is owned by a world champion racer in the world, Valentino Rossi. He just signed a contract with Yamaha.
i think he has an adopted child... i dunno....i saw him with vale sometimes ago while vale's celebrating his win at a race... That would be Luca Marini, his half brother, who is also now racing bikes. VR¦46 has no children at this time.
46 is an integer, not a fraction. There is not really a sensible way of writing it as a fraction or mixed number. However, if you must, you can use 46/1.
46 is an even number.
A number which has only two factors is called a prime number. Prime factorization of 46 is 2x23x1. Clearly from prime factorization of 46, we get to know that 46 is divisible by 1,2,23 and also by 46. There are four factors of 46, so it is not a prime number.