### Some articles on *numbers*:

... Five

**numbers**were then aligned on the outside top of the square, and five

**numbers**on the left side of the square vertically ... Usually these

**numbers**were arranged 1 through 5 ... By cross-referencing the two

**numbers**along the grid of the square, a letter could be deduced ...

**Numbers**

... Please refer to the separate

**numbers**article for details of how

**numbers**work in Finnish ...

... One application of dual

**numbers**is automatic differentiation ... Consider the real dual

**numbers**above ... it is straightforward to extend the domain of this polynomial from the reals to the dual

**numbers**...

... In abstract algebra terms, the dual

**numbers**can be described as the quotient of the polynomial ring R by the ideal generated by the polynomial X2, R/(X2) ... this description, it is clear that the dual

**numbers**form a commutative ring with characteristic 0 ... Moreover the inherited multiplication gives the dual

**numbers**the structure of a commutative and associative algebra over the reals of dimension two ...

... Most winter in that sea, but small

**numbers**enter the Atlantic in late summer ... This is a gregarious species, which can be seen in large

**numbers**from boats or headlands, especially in autumn ... thus, while not threatened judging from its absolute

**numbers**, could be vulnerable to adverse effects of inbreeding ...

### More definitions of "Numbers":

- (
*noun*): The fourth book of the Old Testament; contains a record of the number of Israelites who followed Moses out of Egypt.

Synonyms: Book of Numbers

### Famous quotes containing the word numbers:

“The forward Youth that would appear

Must now forsake his Muses dear,

Nor in the Shadows sing

His *Numbers* languishing.”

—Andrew Marvell (1621–1678)

“All experience teaches that, whenever there is a great national establishment, employing large *numbers* of officials, the public must be reconciled to support many incompetent men; for such is the favoritism and nepotism always prevailing in the purlieus of these establishments, that some incompetent persons are always admitted, to the exclusion of many of the worthy.”

—Herman Melville (1819–1891)

“I had but three chairs in my house; one for solitude, two for friendship; three for society. When visitors came in larger and unexpected *numbers* there was but the third chair for them all, but they generally economized the room by standing up.”

—Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)