In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ordinal masculinenúmero ordinal masculine
- This pattern of language differences for ordinal numbers is reminiscent of findings for cardinal numbers in a number of ways.
- It basically revolves round the set of all ordinal numbers.
- We should say immediately that the ancient Greeks had different systems for cardinal numbers and ordinal numbers so we must look carefully at what we mean by Greek number systems.
- His work on ordered sets and ordinal numbers is fundamental to the subject.
- However, it was not to be, but the second paper describes his theory of well-ordered sets and ordinal numbers.
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