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counted

(mathematics)
A term describing a set with an explicit isomorphism to the natural numbers.

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This is despite government promises that everybody would be counted regardless of age, status, religion and race.
The average US rig count was 969 for June 2019, a decline of 17 from the 986 counted in May 2019 and 87 from the 1,056 counted in June 2018.
rig count for February 2019 was 1,049, down 16 from the 1,065 counted in January 2019, and up 80 from the 969 counted in February 2018.
We also encouraged children to move the objects as they counted, to ensure objects were not counted twice (Figure 2).
He said the 77 species counted was average for the Sturbridge circle, and the number of birds, 15,501, was low for the count.
By using frequency analysis, three points were given to the students who counted correctly without using their fingers, 2 points were given to the students who received help less than three times or used their fingers, 1 point was given to the students who received help three times or more, or used their fingers while counting.
And what about those intangibles that aren't easily "counted"?
COUNTED OUT In a particularly surprising twist, the Piraha language--unlike any other recorded tongue--employs no numbers or other quantity terms, Everett contends.
In the course of deliberations, numerous Northerners argued that slaves should not be counted at all to determine a state's representation in Congress; many Southerners took the opposite view to increase their representatives.
About how many more sea otters were counted in 2004 compared with 2003?
The experimenters varied the number of cards to be counted and consequently also the number of values to be recalled following counting.