Adding to 128 its product of digits (16), we get a square (144 = 122).
Multipling 128 by its product of digits (16), we get a 11-th power (2048 = 211).
Adding to 128 its reverse (821), we get a palindrome (949).
It is a Jordan-Polya number, since it can be written as (2!)7.
128 is nontrivially palindromic in base 7 and base 15.
It is a tau number, because it is divible by the number of its divisors (8).
It is an ABA number since it can be written as A⋅BA, here for A=2, B=8.
It is a Duffinian number.
128 is an undulating number in base 7.
128 is a nontrivial repdigit in base 15.
It is a plaindrome in base 10, base 13 and base 15.
It is a nialpdrome in base 2, base 4, base 6, base 8, base 12, base 14, base 15 and base 16.
It is a zygodrome in base 15.
In principle, a polygon with 128 sides can be constructed with ruler and compass.
It is an impolite number, since it cannot be written as a nontrivial sum of consecutive naturals.
128 is a Friedman number, since it can be written as 2^(8-1), using all its digits and the basic arithmetic operations.
It is an amenable number.
It is a practical number, because each smaller number is the sum of distinct divisors of 128
128 is an frugal number, since it uses more digits than its factorization.
128 is an odious number, because the sum of its binary digits is odd.
The square root of 128 is about 11.3137084990. The cubic root of 128 is about 5.0396841996.
The spelling of 128 in words is "one hundred twenty-eight", and thus it is an aban number.