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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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The posttraining test scores for Sara, Mark, and Ann showed emergence of accurate matching of printed words to numeral samples, a performance demonstrating symmetry of the trained relations (i.
This is an important distinction because, as previously indicated, educators and published curricula often assume that once children can represent specific quantities with a numeral, they are ready to use numerals in arithmetic operations.
In column C the component digits of the input numeral are separated.
This in turn makes it difficult for students to make a connection between the final count of a collection of 11, 12, 13, 15 or 20 items and the numeral representing the size of the collection.
The boundary of the preprocessed numeral image is traced in counterclockwise direction and resampled in order to obtain a uniform resampling along the running arc length of the boundary so that fft-processing becomes feasible.
In Israel, the Hindu-Arabic number system is used for representing numbers, and children are exposed to Hindu-Arabic numerals in their daily life (much like in United States, in Europe and in many other counties).
or two modifies the numeral hundred, and the interpretation of the phrase headed by years is 'from one hundred to two hundred years.
There have been instances of NPs with the numeral but without the classifier, in the pattern Num+N.
It is moving that numeral one place to the left and filling the empty space with a nought that effects it.
The aim is to enter a numeral from 1 to 9 in each cell of a 9U9 grid made up of 3x3 sub-grids - also known as regions.
The great champion was foaled in France and his name was officially registered in that country's stud book as Sea-Bird, with a hyphen and without a numeral.
Was there really an extra Roman numeral "I" there, or was I just seeing things?