Thirty minutes for an NFL game

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This is a list of articles about numbers. Due to the infinitude of many sets of numbers, this list will invariably be incomplete. Hence, only particularly notable numbers will be included.


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This list focuses on numbers as mathematical objects and is not a list of numerals, which are linguistic devices: nouns, adjectives, or adverbs that designate numbers. The distinction is drawn between the number five, an abstract object equal to 2+3 and the numeral five, the noun referring to the number.

The definition of what is classed as a number is not concrete and is based on historical distinctions. For example the pair of numbers (3,4) is commonly regarded as a number when it is in the form of a complex number (3+4i), but not when it is in the form of a vector (3,4).

The natural numbers are a subset of the integers and are of historical and pedagogical value as they can be used for counting and often have ethno-cultural significance (see below). Beyond this, natural numbers are widely used as a building block for other number systems including the integers, rational numbers and real numbers. Natural numbers are those used for counting (as in “there are six (6) coins on the table”) and ordering (as in “this is the third (3rd) largest city in the country”). In common language, words used for counting are “cardinal numbers” and words used for ordering are “ordinal numbers”. Defined by the Peano axioms, the natural numbers form an infinitely large set.

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