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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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  • == Writing a number == "An irrational number can not be written as a fraction, and can indeed not be written out fully a
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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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  • #REDIRECT [[Talk:Complex number/Draft]]
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  • ...- a\ </math> for every integer <math>\scriptstyle a\ </math>. A Carmichael number ''c'' also satisfies the [[modular arithmetic|congruence]] <math>\scriptsty *Every Carmichael number is [[square-free integer|square-free]] and has at least three different pri
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  • ...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 f
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  • #Redirect [[Perfect 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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  • ...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 <math>\ F_p\ </math>&nbsp; is a prime number different from 3, then <math>\ p</math>&nbsp; is prime. (The converse is fa
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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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  • #Redirect [[Number theory]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Random number generator]]
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  • ...t or do I just misunderstand it? I've always learnt that 1 is the identity number. --[[User:Tom Vogt|Tom Vogt]] 07:03, 31 January 2008 (CST) ...re are two significantly overlapping articles, i.e. two articles about the number "zero". One is this one, and the other is [[Zero (mathematics)|here]]. If s
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  • == "Real number" or "real numbers"? == ...an at the singular name. After all, unlike ordinal numbers, a single real number does not really have any property that can be expressed without referring t
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  • * [[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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  • ...ry:CZ_Live|live articles]] Citizendium has. There's also {{Tl|Contributors number}}.<br /> The current value is {{Articles 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]].
    189 bytes (26 words) - 14:02, 8 February 2010
  • ...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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