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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 types
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• #REDIRECT [[Atomic number]]
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• ...[[real number]] and is the [[integer]] between [[1 (number)|1]] and [[-1 (number)|-1]], which signifies a value of nothing. It is also a [[numerical digit]] The number zero was invented twice - once in India and once in Mesoamerica. This inve
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• '''Number theory''' is a branch of [[pure mathematics]] devoted primarily to the stud ([[diophantine geometry]]). Questions in number theory are often best understood through
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• ...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 in the series. In mathemati *If $\ F_p\$&nbsp; is a prime number different from 3, then $\ p$&nbsp; is prime. (The converse is fa
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• ...f the sequence of Perrin numbers is, that if $p\$ is a [[prime number]], then $p\$ divides $P_p\$. The converse is false,
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• ...ed by publication of joint papers &mdash; as a graph. A researcher's Erdős number is the length of the shortest path, via co-author relationships, connecting More explicitly, your Erdős number is the ''first'' number in the following list which applies to you:
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• ...an '''irrational number''' is any [[real number]] that is not a [[rational number]], i.e. it cannot be expressed as a [[fraction]] ''m''&nbsp;/&nbsp;''n'' in ...ble to demonstrate that $\scriptstyle\sqrt{2}$ is an irrational number.
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• ...visors of 6 are 1, 2, and 3, and 1+2+3=6. In contrast, 4 is not a perfect number, as the proper divisors of 4 are 1 and 2, and $1+2 \neq The origin of the term "perfect number" appears to be unknown. Ancient Greeks probably ascribed mystical properti 4 KB (677 words) - 19:07, 7 November 2008 • ...is a [[complex number]] that is a root of a [[polynomial]] with [[rational number|rational]] coefficients. Real or complex numbers that are not algebraic are called [[transcendental number]]s. 7 KB (1,145 words) - 00:49, 20 October 2013 • ...ers''' is strongly related to the sequence of [[Fibonacci number]]s. Lucas number and Fibonacci numbers have the identical formula [itex]a_n = a_{n-1} + a_{n *If [itex]p\$ is a prime number, than $p\$ divides $L_p - 1\$. The converse is fals
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• #REDIRECT [[Erdős number]]
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• ...ventionally denoted by ''Z'' and is by definition a non-negative [[natural number]]. For instance, the element [[carbon]] is characterized by ''Z'' = 6 and t ...e chemical and physical properties of an atom are solely determined by the number of its electrons and hence by its nuclear charge: the nuclear charge is a u
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• #Redirect [[Number theory]]
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• ...is an infinite [[cardinal number|cardinal]] or [[ordinal number|ordinal]] number. (However, often simply '''infinite''' (cardinal or ordinal) '''number''' is used instead.)
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• #Redirect [[Perfect number]]
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• ...bjects into a given number of structures. There are two kinds of Stirling number,depending on the nature of the structure being counted. The Stirling number of the first kind ''S''(''n'',''k'') counts the number of ways ''n'' labelled objects can be arranged into ''k'' cycles: cycles ar
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• ...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==
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• The '''imaginary numbers''' are a part of the [[complex number]]s. Every complex number can be written as
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• #REDIRECT [[grammatical number]]
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• 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:
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• ...ot even clear whether such an object exists and can be reasonably called a number; for example, can we sensibly associate with $i$ natural operati ...mplex numbers when solving [[quadratic equation]]s, which can have complex number solutions. This presentation is historically misleading — the quadratic
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• ...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 transcende
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• #Redirect [[Perrin number]]
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• #Redirect [[Prime number]]
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• In [[mathematics]], a '''normal number''' is a [[real number]] whose [[decimal expansion]] shows an equal proportion of each of the poss
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• ...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 positive
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• #REDIRECT [[Complex number]]
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• ...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 i
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• #Redirect [[Triangular number]]
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• 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 parts
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• ...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 $i$ ).
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• #REDIRECT [[Random number generator]]
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• ...itten as the [[vulgar fraction]] $a/b$, 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 f
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• ...- a\ [/itex] for every integer $a\$. A Carmichael number ''c'' also satisfies the [[modular arithmetic|congruence]] [itex]\scriptsty *Every Carmichael number is [[square-free integer|square-free]] and has at least three different pri
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• ...System|DNS]] by using an indirect lookup method, using the Enum telephone number as a key to obtain [[NAPTR]] records. The records are stored at a [[Domain ...oach is the Electronic Number Mapping System ENUM (also known as Telephone Number Mapping), deve­lop­­ed by the [[IETF]], using existing [[E.164]] telepho
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• #REDIRECT [[Mercury (element)/Atomic number]]
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## Page text matches

• * [[Deficient number]] * [[Abundant number]]
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• *[[Fibonacci number]] *[[Lucas number]]
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• {{r|Prime number}} {{r|Carmichael number||***}}
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• {{r|Prime number}} {{r|Whole number}}
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• An infinite number, either a cardinal number or an ordinal number.
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• *[[Hyperreal number]] *[[Complex number]]
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• ...t in [[number theory]] for its connection with the distribution of [[prime number]]s.
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• ...equal to the number of "[[hole (topology)|holes]]" or "handles"; a [[Betti number]].
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• ...s a negative real number, or (sometimes) more generally a non-real complex number.
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• ...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 polyhedr
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• A positive whole number whose proper divisors sum to the number itself.
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• ...|vacancies]] expressed as a percentage of the number of vacancies plus the number in [[employment]].
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• Greater in size (number of elements, length, area, etc.) than any natural number
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• ...ed transuranic elements whose atomic number are higher than 92, the atomic number of uranium.
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• The number of its elements is a natural number (0,1,2,3,...)
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• The number of its elements is larger than any natural number. (See: [[Finite set]].)
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• ...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.
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• {{r|Number}} {{r|Real number}}
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• {{r|Number theory}} {{r|Number}}
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• Unestablished conjecture that every even number except the number 2 is the sum of two primes.
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• ...tum number labeling atomic shells; usually denoted by the non-zero natural number ''n''.
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• ...is an infinite [[cardinal number|cardinal]] or [[ordinal number|ordinal]] number. (However, often simply '''infinite''' (cardinal or ordinal) '''number''' is used instead.)
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• ...limited) in size (length, area, etc., or number of elements) by a natural number
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• The positive real number that, when multiplied by itself, gives the number 2.
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• The number of positive integer divisors of a given number.
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• ...dioactive]], and [[Uranium]] (atomic number 92), and [[Plutonium]] (atomic number 94) are significant in the production of [[nuclear energy]] and [[nuclear w
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• A stipulated number of votes cast, the number of votes allocated to each member state having been determined by its popul
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• ...e>*<br /><br />*The number in parenthesis () is the [[uncertainty]]. This number was taken from the [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Compositions/index
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• ...e>*<br /><br />*The number in parenthesis () is the [[uncertainty]]. This number was taken from the [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Compositions/index
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• ...e>*<br /><br />*The number in parenthesis () is the [[uncertainty]]. This number was taken from the [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Compositions/index
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• ...e>*<br /><br />*The number in parenthesis () is the [[uncertainty]]. This number was taken from the [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Compositions/index
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• 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:
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• ...n A to the number of elements in B, and then subtracting from this sum the number of elements in the intersection of A and B.
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• ...al element]], having the [[chemical symbol]] Ar and [[atomic number]] (the number of [[proton]]s) 18.
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• ...l element]], having the [[chemical symbol]] Hg, and [[atomic number]] (the number of [[proton]]s) 80.
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• Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Rational number]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Algebraic number field}}
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• ...e>*<br /><br />*The number in parenthesis () is the [[uncertainty]]. This number was taken from the [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Compositions/index
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• ...e>*<br /><br />*The number in parenthesis () is the [[uncertainty]]. This number was taken from the [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Compositions/index
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• ...e>*<br /><br />*The number in parenthesis () is the [[uncertainty]]. This number was taken from the [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Compositions/index
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• ...e>*<br /><br />*The number in parenthesis () is the [[uncertainty]]. This number was taken from the [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Compositions/index
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• ...e>*<br /><br />*The number in parenthesis () is the [[uncertainty]]. This number was taken from the [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Compositions/index
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• ...e>*<br /><br />*The number in parenthesis () is the [[uncertainty]]. This number was taken from the [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Compositions/index
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• ...number field, used to encode ramification data for abelian extensions of a number field.
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• ...element]] having the [[chemical symbol]] At and an [[atomic number]] (the number of [[proton]]s) of 85.
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• ...t between a fixed number of raters when assigning categorical ratings to a number of items or classifying items.
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• ...t. An algebraic number must be a root of a [[polynomial]] with [[rational number|rational]] coefficients. Real or complex numbers that are not algebraic are called [[transcendental number]]s.
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• ...e set is an irrational number and any real number is the sum of a rational number and a member of the set.
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• ...no axioms''' are a set of [[axiom]]s that formally describes the [[natural number]]s (0, 1, 2, 3 ...). ...all natural numbers can be reached by moving finitely often to the "next" number (obtained by adding 1).
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• ...or molecule where the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons, giving it a net positive or negative electrical charge.
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• Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Algebraic number field]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Algebraic number}}
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