So far, little but the ability to read their calendars and numerical system
is possessed by us, though we are gradually making headway.
Operating the coupled numerical system
and interpreting the high fidelity results requires collaboration of heterogeneous specialists.
Ofqual said that the move to a numerical system
will also signal that the revamped GCSEs are a new qualification, which it said would be less apparent if the grading system remained the same.
Under the changes, the current A*-G grading system will be axed and replaced by the new numerical system
as part of an attempt to differentiate between pupils achieving middle or top grades.
Counting in 10s comes from the Hindu-Arabic numerical system
developed in the ninth century, and is the system with which we are familiar, where there are columns to represent hundreds, tens and units containing a number from 0 to 9.
Chinese numbers are a direct copy of the numerical system
For better or worse, though, I think most of us know, deep down, that human nature is too complex to be described by a numerical system
based on two.
Here, entries are more concise and are organized by the numerical system
used in the CFDA, which lists by administering department.
For instance, all cultures have developed a numerical system
of representation, clocks for marking the passage of time, maps to mark territory, and categories for things from colors to animals to people.
While both Experian and TransUnion say letter grades will make it easier for consumers to understand their scores, Equifax has chosen not to issue letter grades, though the agency will still use the same numerical system
as Experian and TransUnion, says David Rubinger, a spokesman for Equifax.
In basketball, the numerical system
would remain, but every team from the Foothill League would be in the same playoff group instead of each school being placed according to enrollment.
The blocks (each of which contains eight panels) are organized according to a numerical system
based on age.