**A couple of facts about the number 25 are the 25th day of December is Christmas and, in numerology, the word "sixty" adds up to 25.** The number 25 has significance in a variety of areas, including mathematics, religion and sports.

At first glance, the number 25 may not have much significance in daily life. In fact, there are a number of different areas in which the number plays an important role.

- The number 25 is the smallest square that can be written by adding two consecutive squares as shown by this equation: 3
^{2}+ 4^{2}= 5^{2}. This breaks down to 9 + 16 = 25. - In United States currency, a quarter is equivalent to 25 cents.
- In jewelry, 6 carats is equal to 25 percent of gold mass.
- The silver wedding anniversary celebrates 25 years of marriage.
- In "Mario Kart Wii" and "Super Smash Mario Brothers Melee" there are a total of 25 playable characters.
- The national board game of India is "Pachisi," which is Hindi for "25."
- M25 is the name of the London Orbital motorway.
- "The 25th Hour" is a 1967 MGM movie.
- Robert Burns, a Scottish poet, was born on the 25th day of the year, January 25.
- In mathematics, 25 is the 89th and 90th number of pi.