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 What's Special About This Number? is the number of planar partitions of 10. is the number of planar partitions of 11. is the number of subsets of the 15 www.stetson.edu /~efriedma/numbers.html   (7599 words)

 Introduction to Algebra The sequence 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0 is the sequence of 12 alternating 1's and 0's. The sequence 0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49 is the sequence of the squares of the first 8 whole numbers. The sequence 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1,... www.mathleague.com /help/algebra/algebra.htm   (2334 words)

 1 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 1 (one) is a number, numeral, and the name of the glyph representing that number. In some sports, one is the number of a specific position: in rugby union, the number of the loosehead prop; in baseball, the number representing the pitcher's position; in football, the number of the goalkeeper. 1 is a punctuation mark indicating exclamation, or the letter "l" in "leetspeak". en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1_(number)   (2535 words)

 users manual In example 1, there is only one region in the x axis, since there is only one type of spacing: logarithmic small to large. A region is a section of an axis with a beginning coordinate, an end coordinate, a number of divisions, and a number that indicates the type of spacing (equal geometric, logarithmic small to large, or logarithmic large to small). If the number of divisions becomes very large with respect to the size of the regionk, or if the geometric factor of a region with geometric spacing gets too large, the smallest divisions can become too small with respect to the other divisions in the grid, and accuracy decays. meshing.lanl.gov /gridder/users_manual.html   (2833 words)

 Fibonacci Number -- from Wolfram MathWorld The Fibonacci numbers are the sequence of numbers triangular Fibonacci numbers are 1, 3, 21, and 55. 1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0,... mathworld.wolfram.com /FibonacciNumber.html   (1866 words)

 Math Forum - Ask Dr. Math After a number is drawn to become one of the 5 from 1 to 49, it cannot be drawn again. However, any number from 1 to 42 can be drawn as the "Powerball." Of course, the person who picks all 6 numbers correctly wins the jackpot, but one can also win a prize by picking some of the correct numbers. You are therefore selecting 1 number out of a field of 42, and by definition, your odds should be 1:42 of selecting the correct powerball number. mathforum.org /library/drmath/view/56122.html   (1099 words)

 Numerology: The lifepath number based on the date of When the 1 Life Path person is not fully developed and expressing the negative side of this number, the demeanor may appear very dependent rather than independent, particularly in the early years. The number 4 is solidly associated with the element of earth from which it gains its strength and utter sense of reality. This is a very spiritual number and it often denotes a sort of spiritual wisdom that becomes apparent at a fairly early age. www.astrology-numerology.com /num-lifepath.html   (5852 words)

 −1 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Passed a square-free integer with an odd number of distinct prime factors, the Möbius function returns negative one. There are a variety of ways that −1 (and negative numbers in general) can be represented in computer systems, the most common being as two's complement of their positive form. − 1, where n is the number of digits in the representation (that is, the number of bits in the data type). en.wikipedia.org /wiki/-1_(number)   (800 words)

 Major Religions Ranked by Size Finally, a larger number of people answer "none" or "non-religious" when asked asked an open-ended queston about what their religious preference is. Although figures vary for each country, average numbers indicate that roughly half of the people who self-identify as "nonreligious" also answer "yes" when asked if they believe in God or a Higher Power. Estimates of the number of adherents are hopelessly unreliable. The number does not represent an exponential explosion the number of actual Zoroastrians (although there has been some growth in numbers), but is a result of re-evaluation of the existing population. www.adherents.com /Religions_By_Adherents.html   (11821 words)

 Partial list of calc builtin functions For examples, quomod(10, 3, x, y) sets x to 3, y to 1, and returns the value 1, and quomod(-4, 3.14159, x, y) sets x to -2, y to 2.28318, and returns the value 1. The digit and bit functions return individual digits of a number, either in base 10 or in base 2, where the lowest digit of a number is at digit position 0. The chance of a number which is probably prime being actually composite is less than 1/4 raised to the power of the iteration count. www.isthe.com /chongo/tech/comp/calc/calc-builtin.html   (1409 words)

 40th Mersenne Prime Discovered The new number, expressed as 2 to the 20,996,011th power minus 1, has 6,320,430 decimal digits and was discovered November 17th. The first prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, etc. For example, the number 10 is not prime because it is divisible by 2 and 5. For example, the number 10 is not prime because it is divisible by 2 and 5. www.mersenne.org /20996011.htm   (1330 words)

 CLHS: Function 1+, 1- 1+ returns a number that is one more than its argument number. 1- returns a number that is one less than its argument number. (1+ number) == (+ number 1) (1- number) == (- number 1) www.lispworks.com /documentation/HyperSpec/Body/f_1pl_1_.htm   (79 words)

 The Magical Number Seven This number assumes a variety of disguises, being sometimes a little larger and sometimes a little smaller than usual, but never changing so much as to be unrecognizable. This is one of the ways in which the magical number seven has persecuted me. Here we have two closely related kinds of experiments, both of which point to the significance of the number seven as a limit on our capacities. In spite of the coincidence that the magical number seven appears in both places, the span of absolute judgment and the span of immediate memory are quite different kinds of limitations that are imposed on our ability to process information. www.well.com /user/smalin/miller.html   (8463 words)

 Karl's Calculus Tutor: 1.0 Number Systems The way textbooks usually state it is that if you have a collection of counting numbers, and 1 is in that collection, and the successor of each counting number in the collection is also in the collection, then the collection contains all the counting numbers there are. To remedy the situation with division, we invented the rational numbers, which we learned are fractions that reside in vast multitudes between the integers. In the counting numbers and the integers, two numbers, one of which is the successor to the other, have no number in between them. www.karlscalculus.org /calc1.html   (3511 words)

 Number Guessing Game from Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles All numbers split into two groups: those that have the rightmost digit 0 and the rest that have the rightmost digit 1. Say, all numbers split into two groups: those that have their 3rd (from the right) digit equal to 0 (1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17,...) and the rest that have 1 in the 3rd position (4, 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20,...). For the second group, the answer must be "Yes." In both cases I am given a means to realize that the 3rd digit of your number is 1. www.cut-the-knot.org /blue/Cards.shtml   (436 words)

 Base One Number Class - Internal representation (with diagrams and examples) Base One's Number Class uses a proprietary internal representation to support arithmetic on very large numbers and exact fractions of up to 100 decimal digits. The Number Class is markedly different from conventional fixed or floating point binary numbers, which are inherently limited in their ability to represent exact decimal fractions. As the precision (length) of numbers is increased, the fixed overhead of the sign, exponent, and terminator bytes diminishes in importance, and the size approaches 2 decimal digits per byte. www.boic.com /numrep.htm   (469 words)

 E-Example 4.5.2: Learning About Number Relationships   (Site not responding. Last check: ) In this first part, Displaying Number Patterns, the same patterns are displayed on a calculator and on a hundred board simultaneously. As students work with multiple representations of number and with counting, their knowledge of number concepts grows more sophisticated. Gradually, the students recognized that when they reached their first three-digit number, whether it was 100 or another number, their task was completed. standards.nctm.org /document/eexamples/chap4/4.5/index.htm   (857 words)

 Mathematics Benchmarks, Grades K-12 Express a percent having a finite number of digits as a rational number by expressing it as a ratio whose numerator is an integer and whose denominator is 100 (or, more generally, whose denominator is a power of 10). Square roots, cube roots, and nth roots of whole numbers that are not respectively squares, cubes, and nth powers of whole numbers provide the most common examples of irrational numbers. The conjugate of a complex number a + bi is the number a – bi. www.utdanacenter.org /k12mathbenchmarks/secondary/number.php   (2342 words)

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 Fifth Grade Comfort Survey 5.1.1.K1 – knows, explains, and uses equivalent representations for: whole numbers from 0 through 1,000,000; fractions greater than or equal to zero (including mixed numbers); decimals greater than or equal to zero through hundredths place and when used as monetary amounts. 5.1.3.K2 – uses various estimation strategies to estimate whole number quantities from 0 through 100,000; fractions greater than or equal to zero (including mixed numbers); decimals greater than or equal to zero through hundredths place; and monetary amounts to \$10,000 and explains how various strategies are used. 5.1.3.A2 – estimates to check whether or not the result of a real-world problem using whole numbers from 0 through 100,000; fractions greater than or equal to zero (including mixed numbers); decimals greater than or equal to zero to tenths place; and monetary amounts to \$10,000 is reasonable and makes predictions based on the information. www.surveymonkey.com /s.aspx?sm=RqNDsUUz1v1InwwV9McGqg==   (555 words)

 Concept 1: Number Sense Identify orally a whole number represented by a model with a word name and symbol 0 through 20. Identify a whole number represented by a model with a word name and symbol 0 through 100. Identify a whole number represented by a model with a word name and symbol 0 through 999. www.west.asu.edu /idrxz/STRAND1K10Revised.html   (944 words)

 WHAT IS A NUMBER A number is a name given to a symbol, that represents a group(class), that represents an address in a three dimensional space, that has a sequential list of order incremented by one plus one (counting), that locates an object (thing or unit) in that space. One response was "when kids are told by their math teacher that proving why 1+1=2 is hard, it usually means two things: (1) the familiarity with concepts required to construct the integers is not attainable by elementary schoolchildren, and (2) aside from this, the teacher... Numbers are recognized around the world by everyone as a universal standard. dotmath.tripod.com /id1.html   (2518 words)

 Lander-Waterman Model Lander/Waterman suggested in their 1988 paper that the number of times a base is sequenced follows a Poisson distribution. We can interpret y as the number of times a particular base has been sequenced and λ as the average number of times any base in the genome is sequenced. About 1% of the genome is sequenced 3 times or less. www.genetics.wustl.edu /bio5488/lecture_notes_2005/Lander.htm   (659 words)

 Fibonacci Numbers, the Golden section and the Golden String 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1... 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987.. Yes there is and it involves a triangular table of numbers with similar properties to Pascal's Triangle and the binomial numbers: the Fibonomials. www.mcs.surrey.ac.uk /Personal/R.Knott/Fibonacci/fib.html   (1940 words)

 Mathematics Benchmarks, Grades K-12 Locate rational numbers on the number line and explain the significance of these locations. Represent the complex number z = x + iy in the polar form z = r (cosθ + i sinθ) and interpret this form graphically, identifying r and θ. Explain the effect of multiplication and division of complex numbers using an Argand diagram and its relationship to the polar form of a complex number. www.utdanacenter.org /k12mathbenchmarks/correlations/number.php   (662 words)

 1.3.5.4. One-Factor ANOVA The first section prints the number of observations (100), the number of factors (10), and the number of levels for each factor (10 levels for factor 1). The degrees of freedom for this entry is the number of observations minus one. The mean square is the sum of squares divided by the number of degrees of freedom. www.itl.nist.gov /div898/handbook/eda/section3/eda354.htm   (876 words)

 Math Wiki - KS Math - 10 Number And Computation The student demonstrates an understanding of the real number system; recognizes, applies, and explains their properties, and extends these properties to algebraic expressions. analyzes and evaluates the advantages and disadvantages of using integers, whole numbers, fractions (including mixed numbers), decimals or irrational numbers and their rational approximations in solving a given real-world problem. a number when a percent of the number is given. robertfant.com /PMWiki/pmwiki.php?n=KSMath/10NumberAndComputation   (747 words)

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