counting number


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counting number

[′kau̇nt·iŋ ‚nəm·bər]
(mathematics)
One of the numbers used in counting objects, either the set of positive integers or the set of positive integers and the number 0.
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That is the number got by skipping between two couples in a sequence of counting numbers.
First, the familiar, but conceptually daunting collection of all the positive whole numbers (the counting numbers, 1, 2, 3 ...) contains the equally familiar set of the even numbers (2, 4, 6, 8 ...).
This familiar grid of numbers has rows and columns both indexed by the counting numbers, with the value in the ith row and jth column the product i x j, as shown in Figure 1.
If he adds 10 points to his average and doubles his counting numbers, you are already looking at a steady fantasy shortstop.
The use of wordanchors (whether a mantra, a name, or counting numbers) is a universal practice that is also found in Christianity.
New Delhi, India, November 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- After its grand release on Android, Classteacher Learning Systems is all set to rollout the marvel app- Counting Numbers, now on iOS platform.
The research team asked two dozen subjects to control a visual interface by silently counting numbers at fast and slow rates.
The soft pastel colours combined with well executed black and white drawings, gives this book an earthy feel that both highlights the counting numbers and enhances the mood of the wombat.
When it came to counting numbers of preterm births in the world, rather than birth rates, the highest numbers were in India , China , Nigeria , Pakistan , Indonesia and the United States .
"He was counting numbers and saying one, two, three, loudly and told Akshay he would fly after that.
"Two and Two Make Zero" considers children's acquisition of numerical concepts from a wide range of perspectives including topics that are often overlooked, most notably: the principal properties of the counting numbers in and of themselves; the role that numerical symbols play in number acquisition; the underlying conceptual structure of number symbolization; the import of notational representation of numbers and the advantage of the Hindu-numeral system over the systems it replaced; and, finally, the role social/ parental inputs play in number development.
They advocate a model which takes us back towards counting numbers andstatisticswhen CONCERNED...