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ordinal

(mathematics)
An isomorphism class of well-ordered sets.
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What are the smallest, shortest, largest and longest cardinal and ordinal number names which contain their own alphanumeric letter within their spelling?
0 of the SPSS commands has been used to perform the ordinal regression analysis (Kirkpatrick, Feeney 2010).
The remainder of the present paper is organized as follows: As Voigt and his work are almost completely unknown today, we begin in Section II by providing a brief overview of his ground-breaking contribution to ordinal utility theory.
Ordinals 12-14 list closely spaced ages of 438, 433, and 464.
Following [1], [4]) The cardinal number of a set A is the initial ordinal number a in the class of all sets equipotent to A.
The latter was suppressed and this suppression was brought about in the wording of the Edwardine Ordinal.
Most participants indicated having a high degree of control over which sites they sample (n=35) and which data they share with other Network participants (n=34), 86% and 79% (respectively) indicating one of the highest two ordinal categories of control.
One may, at first glance, suppose that our proof relies on measurable (cardinal) utility, and not on the more general ordinal utility theory.
The birth order factor: Ordinal position, social strata, and educational achievement.
As an ordinal predictor, the score was divided into quartiles.
The fifth section presents a discussion of ordinal probit and ordinal logit models used to analyze the data and test our hypothesis.