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• ..., which means "without end". Infinity goes on forever, so sometimes space, numbers, and other things are said to be 'infinite', because they never come to a s ...l infinity is a more abstract idea. For example, there are infinitely many numbers as it is impossible to write them all down.
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• * Numbers (example 3+6=9) || [[Ordinal number]]s || [[Cardinal number]]s || [[Arithmetic|Arithmetic operations]] || [[Arithmetic|Arithmeti
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• :''For the book in the Bible, see [[Numbers (Bible)]]''. ...] or [[measurement|measure]]. Depending on the field of mathematics, where numbers are used, there are different definitions:
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• | cardinal = 0, zero, {{nowrap|"oh" {{IP | divisor = all other numbers<br /
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• ...umbers have a [[:wikt:minus|minus]] (−) in front of the number. Positive numbers have no sign or a [[:wikt:plus|plus]] (+) sign in front. Zero usually has n The number of integers is [[infinite]]. The cardinal number of $\mathbf{Z}$ is $\aleph_0$. The ordinal num
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• ...e: one, two, three, four, five, six. They are sometimes called '''counting numbers'''. The '''[[Set#Cardinality_of_a_set|cardinality]]''' of a [[set]] is the cardinal number that tells how many things are in the set.
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• ...t-grandfather, and so on. Some sources also use [[Cardinal number|cardinal numbers]] for numbering greats. For example, a great-great-great-great-great-great-
10 KB (1,368 words) - 02:39, 31 August 2017
• ...e list of real numbers, you can create a number not on that list. The real numbers have a cardinality of '''c'''. * [[Cardinal number]]
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• | colspan="2" | {{numbers (0s)}} | [[Cardinal number|Cardinal]] || &minus;1, minus one, negative one
5 KB (723 words) - 15:33, 31 August 2017