Q: What does October have to do with the number eight?

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The abbreviation Oct is short for the month of October. October was named after the Roman emperor Octavus, and based on the Latin word for the number eight, as October was the eighth month in the Roman calendar.

Twenty eight.

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The term "a number minus eight" can be symbolized as x - 8.

Ate is a verb. Eight is a number...

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Octo, meaning 'eight.'

The abbreviation Oct is short for the month of October. October was named after the Roman emperor Octavus, and based on the Latin word for the number eight, as October was the eighth month in the Roman calendar.

It is not known who invented the number eight. The number eight is just part of the numbering system.

difference of eight and a number

Twenty eight.

The number 888888888888888888888888888888888 is a very large number. This number has 33 places which makes is a decillion number value. Therefore this number is eight hundred eighty eight decillion, eight hundred eighty eight nonillion, eight hundred eighty eight octillion, eight hundred eighty eight septillion, eight hundred eighty eight sextillion, eight hundred eighty eight quintillion, eight hundred eighty eight quadrillion, eight hundred eighty eight trillion, eight hundred eighty eight billion, eight hundred eighty eight million, eight hundred eighty eight thousand, eight hundred and eighty eight.

In the phrase, 'eight fat penguins', the word eight is an adjective used to define the number of penguins. The number eight is a noun when it is used as a number, for example, 'the apartment is number eight', 'the eight of clubs', or 'eight plus two equals ten'. Please note that 'eight fat penguins' is not a sentence, there is no verb included.

The ordinal number before eight is 7th

it means the number eight

twice the difference of three times a number and eight

I think the largest eight letter number is 'trillion' but 'thousand' also has eight letters.

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