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Ordinals are for ordering...first, second, third. Cardinals are for counting...1,2,3

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Cardinal. 5th would the be corresponding ordinal number.A cardinal number.

The main cardinal number for 7 is 7, but 1 is also a cardinal number for 7 in this case.

No. The empty set has cardinal number 0. {ø } has cardinal number 1.

The cardinal number is 9

'Fifth' is the ordinal number of the cardinal number 5.

It is n^30 where n is the cardinal number.

7 is cardinal. '7th' is the ordinal form of 7.

The number 5 is cardinal. The ordinal form would be 5th

116 is already a cardinal number - perhaps you are looking for the ordinal number, which is one hundred and sixteenth.

Count the number of distinct elements in the set.

'Five' is cardinal, 'fifth' is ordinal.

50 is a cardinal number. The ordinal form of 50 is 50th or fiftieth.

It can be.A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. So 365 is a decimal number and it is a cardinal number representing the number of days in an ordinary year.

Fourteen is a cardinal number. Its equivalent ordinal number is fourteenth. Its equivalent Roman numeral is XIV.

a number denoting quantity

No, it is cardinal.

its a real number lol

90, written "ninety" in letters, is already a cardinal number. The corresponding ordinal number is "ninetieth" or 90th.

no number does begin with P...but the first cardinal number to use the letter P is Septillion

I do not how

Fifteen.

It is 8039.

The phone number of the William Cardinal O'Connell Branch is: 617-349-4019.

13 is a cardinal number, not an ordinal number.

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