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A '''number''' is an entity, abstract in nature, that is used to describe another object.  Numbers are most oftenly used for counting and determining the magnitude of something.   
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A '''number''' is an entity, abstract in nature, that is used to describe another object.  Numbers are most oftenly used for counting and determining the [[magnitude]] of something.   
  
== Common sets of numbers ==
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== Common [[set]]s of numbers ==
  
 
* [[Algebraic number]]s
 
* [[Algebraic number]]s
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* [[Real number]]s
 
* [[Real number]]s
 
* [[Transcendental number]]s
 
* [[Transcendental number]]s
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 18:42, 29 July 2006

A number is an entity, abstract in nature, that is used to describe another object. Numbers are most oftenly used for counting and determining the magnitude of something.


Common sets of numbers


See also

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