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- ...would not in fact be fundamental). Rather, a fundamental concept such as ''number'' can only be explained by demonstration. Such an approach relies for its e There are [[philosophy|philosophical]] problems bound up with the concept of number. First, there is the [[Ontology|ontological]] problem of the various types11 KB (1,701 words) - 20:07, 1 July 2021
- ...only one word. In a verb, the classification of a word form by grammatical number is know as the [[case (grammar)|case]] of the verb. For example, the verb ' ==Subject noun and verb number agreement==2 KB (376 words) - 09:16, 3 October 2010
- 12 bytes (1 word) - 07:59, 20 March 2008
- The '''imaginary numbers''' are a part of the [[complex number]]s. Every complex number can be written as3 KB (468 words) - 17:28, 1 January 2010
- #REDIRECT [[grammatical number]]32 bytes (3 words) - 14:49, 4 January 2008
- ...ot even clear whether such an object exists and can be reasonably called a number; for example, can we sensibly associate with <math>i</math> natural operati ...mplex numbers when solving [[quadratic equation]]s, which can have complex number solutions. This presentation is historically misleading — the quadratic18 KB (3,028 words) - 17:12, 25 August 2013
- A '''triangular number''' represents the number of [[circle|circles]] you can arrange to a [[equilateral triangle]]. The ''triangular number'' is related to many other figurated numbers:884 bytes (130 words) - 07:45, 24 January 2009
- ...ntly, it is not a root of any polynomial whose coefficients are [[rational number|rational]]. Transcendental numbers are necessarily [[irrational number|irrational]], but there are many irrational numbers that are not transcende875 bytes (130 words) - 12:27, 8 May 2008
- #REDIRECT [[Avogadro's number]]31 bytes (3 words) - 11:18, 24 June 2009
- #Redirect [[Prime number]]26 bytes (3 words) - 16:11, 14 June 2008
- In [[mathematics]], a '''normal number''' is a [[real number]] whose [[decimal expansion]] shows an equal proportion of each of the poss210 bytes (29 words) - 17:24, 7 February 2009
- ...full rectangle more than one square wide with 11 squares, so 11 is a prime number.]] A '''prime number''' is a [[integer|whole number]] greater than 1 that can be evenly divided by only two different positive18 KB (2,917 words) - 10:27, 30 August 2014
- #Redirect [[Perrin number]]27 bytes (3 words) - 10:41, 19 May 2008
- #REDIRECT [[Complex number]]28 bytes (3 words) - 15:30, 28 October 2007
- ...always be well ordered, and |''X''| can be defined as the least [[ordinal number|ordinal]] that is the order type of some [[well ordering]] of ''X''; this i11 KB (1,808 words) - 17:50, 26 June 2009
- The '''natural numbers''' are the [[number]]s (0), 1,2,3,etc. used for counting, They are also used to indicate the number of equal parts16 KB (2,562 words) - 00:45, 13 October 2009
- #Redirect [[Triangular number]]31 bytes (3 words) - 10:43, 19 May 2008
- ...s identified with points on an infinitely long gapless straight line. The number zero is one such point; positive numbers are to its right and negative numb ...ly imaginary number, i.e., the [[product (mathematics)|product]] of a real number and <math>i</math> ).19 KB (2,948 words) - 02:30, 3 September 2010
- ...itten as the [[vulgar fraction]] <math>a/b</math>, where ''b'' is not [[0 (number)|zero]]. ...[divisor]]s except 1 (i.e., they are [[coprime]]). Every non-zero rational number has exactly one simplest form of this type with a positive denominator. A f9 KB (1,446 words) - 08:52, 30 May 2009
- #REDIRECT [[Random number generator]]37 bytes (4 words) - 23:32, 21 August 2009

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- * [[Deficient number]] * [[Abundant number]]255 bytes (24 words) - 21:27, 2 April 2008
- *[[Fibonacci number]] *[[Lucas number]]136 bytes (13 words) - 17:46, 17 February 2008
- {{r|Prime number}} {{r|Carmichael number||***}}395 bytes (45 words) - 07:44, 11 November 2009
- {{r|Prime number}} {{r|Whole number}}258 bytes (33 words) - 02:29, 8 February 2009
- An infinite number, either a cardinal number or an ordinal number.103 bytes (14 words) - 18:45, 20 June 2009
- *[[Hyperreal number]] *[[Complex number]]389 bytes (39 words) - 12:37, 4 January 2009
- ...t in [[number theory]] for its connection with the distribution of [[prime number]]s.219 bytes (27 words) - 16:59, 13 November 2008
- ...equal to the number of "[[hole (topology)|holes]]" or "handles"; a [[Betti number]].189 bytes (26 words) - 14:02, 8 February 2010
- ...s a negative real number, or (sometimes) more generally a non-real complex number.170 bytes (23 words) - 09:38, 1 January 2010
- ...eometry)|vertices]] minus the number of [[Edge (geometry)|edge]]s plus the number of [[Face (geometry)|faces]]; it is always equal to 2 for [[convex polyhedr284 bytes (41 words) - 14:01, 8 February 2010
- A positive whole number whose proper divisors sum to the number itself.107 bytes (15 words) - 20:58, 28 June 2008
- ...|vacancies]] expressed as a percentage of the number of vacancies plus the number in [[employment]].177 bytes (24 words) - 16:47, 20 August 2010
- Greater in size (number of elements, length, area, etc.) than any natural number117 bytes (16 words) - 00:12, 26 October 2009
- ...ed transuranic elements whose atomic number are higher than 92, the atomic number of uranium.211 bytes (30 words) - 12:16, 5 May 2010
- The number of its elements is a natural number (0,1,2,3,...)97 bytes (12 words) - 18:46, 6 July 2009
- The number of its elements is larger than any natural number. (See: [[Finite set]].)121 bytes (17 words) - 19:09, 6 July 2009
- ...n which the first number is 0, the second number is 1, and each subsequent number is equal to the sum of the previous two numbers.191 bytes (31 words) - 15:05, 3 July 2008
- {{r|Number}} {{r|Real number}}276 bytes (34 words) - 10:41, 21 April 2010
- {{r|Number theory}} {{r|Number}}291 bytes (36 words) - 08:06, 19 August 2009
- Unestablished conjecture that every even number except the number 2 is the sum of two primes.130 bytes (18 words) - 08:14, 4 September 2009