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  Large numbers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Large numbers are numbers that are significantly larger than those ordinarily used in everyday life, for instance in simple counting or in monetary transactions.
The first number is much larger than the second, due to the larger height of the power tower, and in spite of the small numbers 1.1 (however, if these numbers are made 1 or less, that greatly changes the result).
Numbers in between can be expressed with a power tower of numbers 10, with at the top a regular number, possibly in scientific notation, e.g.
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 Number Name Rules   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
2b.  The names of the cardinal numbers from twenty (20) through ninety-nine (99) that are not integer multiples of ten (10) are formed by taking the name of the multiple of ten (10) cardinal number and adding a hyphen and the name of the units (1) digit cardinal number.
Number Names for the standard English language names for the cardinal numbers from zero through ten thousand (0 through 10,000).
3a.  The names of the ordinal numbers from twentieth (20
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 Music's interval number names explained_page 1_@TheCipher.com
Just like letters are used as names in music theory with no regard for literal alpha-numeric one-to-one correspondence [remember; seven letters (only) for twelve tones], music theory’s numbers (as they stand today) are more like generic symbols, stripped of common meaning, that have been re-purposed and reused to provide a second set of tone names.
In fact, intervals, their names and numbers, is the place in music theory where the Major scale’s influence first takes hold.
Because those numbers have nothing to do with the distances between tones they should not rightly have been called interval numbers, but they are.
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 Encyclopedia: Number names   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Although most traditional number systems are based on the decimal numeral system, there are many regional variations, including: The decimal (base ten or occasionally denary) numeral system has ten as its base.
See also List of numbers (to be merged) There are two main English-language systems of number names: the short scale system (used in the United States, Canada and much of the English-speaking world) and the long scale system (used in most Germanic and Romance languages).
Please note that the name you select must be in the top 1000 most popular names in order for the name to appear in the table produced by your request.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Number_names   (1072 words)

 Number Names   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This is the Number Nine Baptist Church in Number Nine, Arkansas.
As the timber was cut and the land was cleared and converted to agriculture, the lumber mill machinery was converted to the milling of grain and the ginning of cotton.
The unverifiable story goes that the alternate name came about frivolously because there were forty four names on the petition asking for a post office, and of course the petitioners had no reason to believe that the name Piney Bridge would be rejected.
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 Star Names
The oldest of all names, proper names are a mixed lot that descend from a variety of ancient (and even modern) languages that relate to the positions or the characters of the stars.
By far the greatest number, however, hundreds of proper names, descend to us from the Arabic of the middle ages, when the astronomers of the Arabia adopted the Greek constellations from Ptolemy and applied their own names to the stars, most in some way appropriate to the locations of the stars within their parent constellations.
Though the number of names is increased by applying superscripts to stars that fall near one another (a string of stars in Orion became Pi-1, Pi-2, Pi- 3 Orionis, and so on), the system was still limited to the brighter stars, faint naked-eye stars never qualifying.
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 Music's interval number names explained_page 2_@TheCipher.com
For a quick introduction to the method of numbering and qualifying non-Major tones, and to confirm that said method is common to both system components (letter-names and number-names) compare these two renderings of a chromatic scale (Figure 10).
Even though our two most fundamental system components, letter and number names, share much in design and methodology their wedding, in practice, is less than harmonious.
To compensate for those ubiquitous conflicting names, a full set of number-qualifying prefix-words, whose meanings are nearly equivalent (or analogous) to the accidental marks was developed: Major, minor, perfect, augmented, and diminished.
www.thecipher.com /intervals_2.html   (1305 words)

 The Telephone EXchange Name Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
I had assumed that this was also true during the period when exchange names were in use, but we discovered phone numbers with 0 as the second digit (this was a phone number which was not written using an exchange name however).
Originally, the central office name was also the exchange name, and the central office was often named for the town or street where it was located.
An exchange name is a word that is used to represent the first two letters of a 7 digit telephone number (exchange names have nothing to do with area codes or country codes).
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 Place Value
By contrast, the names of numbers in the English language (and many other European languages) include many inconsistencies and difficulties for children.
The names above are consistent with the names for the single digits 6, 7, and 8, with "ty" added.
The "teen" numbers introduce many other inconsistencies, including using "teen" instead of "ten", putting "teen" after the number part (e.g., "sixteen" instead of "teensix"), and using two non-teen names for 11 and 12.
www.hi-flyer.com /NCTM/plvalue.htm   (317 words)

 Expanded Notation Number Roll
Students will be able to identify the different names of numbers and write whole numbers in expanded form.
Record the number 526 in the place value chart on the board.
As the numbers are written into the chart on the board, write out the expanded form (a way of writing a number as the sum of the values of its digits) for each number.
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 Chromatic numbers explained_page 2_@TheCipher.com
The Cipher System’s numbers and number-formula are easy to distinguish from music’s standard number-formula; The Cipher System’s formula numbers always have degree symbols (°) superscript to the right of each formula digit, and they never have flats or sharps.
In the diatonic realm (a seven-thing oriented and one-based environment) the number seven is the octave multiplier.
In the chromatic environment (zero-based and twelve-thing oriented) the number twelve is the octave multiplier.
www.thecipher.com /chromatic-numbers_2.html   (2643 words)

 Talk:Number names - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wow, this is big news, then all the pages about number names are wrong.
Sounds to me like the number pages need to be changed appropriately--retaining information about the old British system, of course...
There should be at least a link to some of the Mathematics of really large numbers.
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 Names of Numbers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Almost nobody would refer to that number in the prior paragraph as "three followed by twelve zeros." An American television newscaster would call it three trillion, and a British newscaster would call it three billion (there's a reason George Bernard Shaw said that "England and America are two countries separated by the same language"!).
A sexdecillion is larger than the number of hydrogen atoms you'd have to put in a line to span the entire universe.
This is a number so large that you couldn't even write down the number given your entire lifetime, an endless supply of paper, and all the #2 pencils you wanted.
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 Why Remembering the Names and Number of Dead in Iraq Matters
Numbers matter because they are attached to names, and right now the names are controversial, too.
On Friday, ABC's "Nightline" put the names and numbers together on national television to "remind our viewers -whether they agree with the war or not-that beyond the casualty numbers, these men and women are serving in Iraq in our names, and that those who have been killed have names and faces."
Before the broadcast, a television critic for the Washington Post called it "a cheap, content-free stunt designed to tug at our heartstrings and bag a big number on the second night of the May ratings race." So let's forget the names and the numbers and argue about television ratings and political motives.
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 Aircooled.Net, Inc. - Anatomy of a VW Part Number
The "263" is the component number, and the "C" (in this case) means it's a 4th generation improvement of this part ("A" would have been the first improvement).
That is because many aftermarket parts suppliers and manufacturers BASED their part numbering systems on the official VW part numbering system, but their system has diverged and does not always follow the VW numbering system EXACTLY.
West Coast Metric, for example, completely omits the 4th, 5th, and 6th digits from their part numbers (we assume to avoid being redundant, since most of their parts would be in the Main Group Part Category "8" for Body Parts).
www.aircooled.net /gnrlsite/resource/specgeninfo/partnumbers.htm   (825 words)

 Feminine Given Names in DES, part 1
Seltén's citations incidentally include a number of names not of OE origin; some of these were not in DES, and I have added them to the compilation when I have noticed them.
After the full forms of the name I have left a blank line and then listed any hypocoristic and diminutive forms that I was able to identify; the citations for these forms are handled just like those for the full forms.
Rare names are over-represented in DES because when they produced surviving surnames, Reaney seems to have taken extra pains to illustrate the early development.
www.sca.org /heraldry/laurel/reaneyintro.html   (2250 words)

 Number of validly published bacterial names
Names of taxa above the rank of class and Candidatus names (taxonomic categories not covered by the Rules) are not included in the following table.
Number of new combinations: 1,103 (1,036 new combinations in the category "species" and 67 new combinations in the category "supspecies").
The family name ¤ Enterobacteriaceae Rahn 1937 was omitted from the body of the Approved Lists of Bacterial Names 1980, but a footnote was inserted on page 236 indicating that the name was sub judice, referring to the proposal by Lapage.
www.bacterio.cict.fr /number.html   (2083 words)

 Number names - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Number names - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Number names contains research on
Number names, Systems of numerals, See also and Numeration.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Traditional_number_system   (228 words)

 Numerology, Lucky names, Lucky number at FINDYOURFATE - find fate online
Numerology is the study of numbers, and the occult manner in which they reflect certain aptitudes and character tendencies, as an integral part of the cosmic plan.You need the birth date of an individual and the complete name as inputs to unlock all of the secrets that the numbers hold.
Thus larger numbers that occur from adding the numbers in the complete birth date or from the values assigned to each name, are reduced by adding the digits together until the sum achieved is one of the core numbers.
The sum of the numbers in your birth date and the sum of value derived from the letters in the name provide an interrelation of vibrations.These numbers show a great deal about character, purpose in life, what motivates, and where talents may lie.
www.findyourfate.com /numerology.html   (252 words)

 Source of Names and Number of Days in the Week
Like Hebrews and many other peoples, they considered the one named after Saturn to be the seventh day, so they began their week with a day named after the Sun.
All seven days were named after solar system members in the same order as they were in Egypt.
This is also true of names for Japanese days of the week, but the custom there has been traced back only a thousand years.
www.12x30.net /origin.html   (893 words)

 Japanese numerals - system of number names used in the Japanese language
In large numbers, elements are combined from largest to smallest, and zeros are implied.
Note that, in Japanese as well as English, the word for "zero" is not used in the name of any integer greater than zero; unlike Chinese, which requires the use of 零 wherever there is a group of zeroes, i.e.
For large numbers, the numerals are often different, because of different number syntax.
www.japan-101.com /language/japanese_numerals.htm   (301 words)

 Read about Number names at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Number names and learn about Number names here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
numeral systems used for writing numbers and for naming large numbers.
Although most traditional number systems are based on the decimal
Asian languages, the great redundancy of English number words is avoided.
encyclopedia.worldvillage.com /s/b/Number_names   (175 words)

 Names for Large Numbers
The English names for large numbers are coined from the Latin names for small numbers n by adding the ending -illion suggested by the name "million." Thus billion and trillion are coined from the Latin prefixes bi- (n = 2) and tri- (n = 3), respectively.
In science, the names of large numbers are usually avoided completely by using the appropriate SI prefixes.
The googolplex (1 followed by a googol of zeroes) is far larger than any of the numbers discussed here.
www.unc.edu /~rowlett/units/large.html   (670 words)

 Number Loops
Call out a number and have students write the number as a word on a piece of paper.
Ask students to roll the dice then write down the number and number word on the attached answer sheet.
Ask students to work with a partner and write a number word at the top of each section.
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 Halfbakery: number names   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
I'd even go so far as to say mathematicians would begrudge this, on these grounds: since mathematicians are fully aware of the 'invisible' properties of numbers (the geometric progression motorway, the primes, the squares, irrationals, etc) they might object to these properties being flagged in order to make hoi polloi aware.
In which case you just spell the number's name sdrawckab.
The main problem with your idea is we have an infinite number of primes and only a finite number of syllables.
www.halfbakery.com /idea/number_20names   (637 words)

 Literacy Center Education Network™
Without the foundation of number skills, children will have difficulty performing other academic tasks.
At the Number Center, the skills covered will begin with basic number names and progress through more advanced mathematical concepts.
Number Concentration II Number Concentration II Number Concentration II Number Concentration II Objective: To match number name with a
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 MAIN Command Reference Manual:WRITE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The NUMBER flag is the opposite of the NAMES flag.
The NAMES flag, is the opposite of the NUMBER flag and has a bit ambiguous meaning.
The NUMBER, CHARACTER and ALPHA are MAIN formats, while the FFT format is unformatted and is the input for the FFT calculation using P1SF (Lyn Ten Eyck program) or PROTEIN and the XPLOR map is a formatted text file.
www.hhmi.swmed.edu /Manuals/main/com/write.html   (888 words)

 Buber's Basque Page: Note 15: Number-Names
This name is also unique in that it always follows the noun it modifies.
The general rule is this: is used when the number-name stands alone, or in counting, but the reduced form is used when the number modifies something.
This kind of contamination between adjoining number- names is in fact exceedingly common, and it has occurred in a number of European languages.
www.buber.net /Basque/Euskara/Larry/note_15.html   (974 words)

 PopUp Names   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
PopUp Names is a configurable PopUp application that enables you to pull up the Address Book with (for example) a stroke from the Applications icon to the screen area then when done tap on exit and you are right back at the application you were in!
PopUp Names is compatible with OS 2.0 and later.
Because of that, if you want to start PopUp Names with the PopUp Suite, you must use the latest version, which is distributed with the PopUp Names.
www.benc.hr /popnames.htm   (448 words)

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