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numeral

(nū′mĕr-ăl) [L. numerus, number]
1. Denoting or pert. to a number.
2. A conventional symbol expressing a number.
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Stimuli Stimuli for Experiment 1 were printed numerals (1, 2 and 6 initially; 4,5, and 9 in the replication; Times, 120 point) and the corresponding printed (Times, 48 point) and dictated names.
Piaget (1951) distinguished between two types of symbolic representations for mathematical quantities: pictures or tally marks, which he called "symbols," and numerals, which he called "signs.
Chrisomalis cites Greenberg's paper "Generalizations about Numeral Systems," in Universals of Human Language, ed.
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