The word "216" is spelled using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) as "tu wʌn sikst̬i-sɪks". The first syllable "tu" is pronounced with a short "u" sound as in "tug". The second syllable "wʌn" rhymes with "sun" and is pronounced with a glottal stop at the end. The third syllable "sikst̬i" is pronounced with a short "i" sound as in "bit". The final syllable "sɪks" is pronounced with a short "i" sound as in "tip". Together, these sounds create the unique spelling of the number "216".

216 is a three-digit positive integer that sits between 215 and 217 in the number line. It is composed of the Arabic numeral "2" followed by the numeral "1" and then by another "6." It can also be described as a composite number, as it has more than two distinct positive divisors.

In terms of mathematics, 216 has various interesting properties. It is a cube, meaning it can be represented as the result of multiplying a number by itself twice, specifically 6 cubed (6 × 6 × 6 = 216). It is also a highly composite number, which means it possesses more divisors than any other positive integer up to a certain limit. 216 has a total of 16 divisors: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 18, 24, 27, 36, 54, 72, 108, and 216. Additionally, it is the smallest cube that is also the sum of three cubes, known as the Euler brick.

In other contexts, 216 does not hold a specific cultural significance or symbolic meaning. However, it can appear as a part of addresses, phone numbers, or various codes without carrying any inherent significance beyond its numerical value.

- q216
- 2q16
- 2w16
- 21q6
- 21t6
- 216t
- 21y6
- 2 16
- 21 6