**1.** The ordinal numbers are** the numbers which indicate the exact position of something or someone at a place.** If the number of objects/persons are specified in a list: the position of the objects/persons is defined by *Ordinals*

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**2.** *Ordinals* are words like first, second, third.

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**3.** Let there be two well-ordered disjoint sets A and B with ** Ordinals** α and β

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**4.** The other ** Ordinals** are constructed in the same repeating pattern, which is easy to understand and use

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**5.** Writing ** Ordinals** in words when the numbers are one through 9; write

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**6.** Successor ** Ordinals** are named as such because they are the immediate successor of some other ordinal

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**7.** Limit ** Ordinals** are named as such because they are the limit of the sequence of

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**8.** Examples All natural numbers n >0 are successor ** Ordinals**.!+ n is a successor ordinal for all natural

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**9.** ID: 886115 Language: English School subject: math Grade/level: grade 2 Age: 9-12 Main content: ** Ordinals** Other contents: Add to my workbooks (68) Add to Google Classroom Add to Microsoft Teams Share through Whatsapp

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**10.** ‘In this latter book she presented a 30 page appendix on the theory of infinite cardinals and ** Ordinals**.’ ‘In his work he clarified a remark by Russell and formulated precisely the paradox of the largest ordinal.’ ‘Form numbers are conceived as

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**11.** Linguistic markers help distinguish cardinals from ** Ordinals** by the use of the -th suffix and different words for first, second, and third, but usually the nominal form is the same as its cardinal form

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**12.** ** Ordinals,** ROMAN In Latin, Ordines Romani (singular: Ordo Romanus )

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**13.** Source for information on ** Ordinals,** Roman: New Catholic Encyclopedia dictionary.

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**14.** Synonyms for ** Ordinals** in Free Thesaurus

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**15.** What are synonyms for ** Ordinals**?

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**16.** Combine ** Ordinals** will give orders to units like Combine Grunts, chargers and suppressors and they will also use manhacks to attack the player

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**17.** In the ZF set theory ** Ordinals** are transitive sets which are well-ordered by $\in$

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**18.** In addition to the intriguing ordinal arithmetics, ** Ordinals** give a sturdy backbone to models of ZF and operate as a direct extension of the positive integers for *transfinite* inductions.

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**19.** ** Ordinals** give relative numeric information, indicating the order or sequence of things: first, second, third, etc

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**20.** On the AutoFormat as You Type tab, clear the ** Ordinals** (1st) with superscript check box to prevent the app from applying superscript formatting to numbers

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**21.** ** Ordinals**: eighth (57/6=9.50), eightieth (91/9=10.11), one hundred and eighth (184/19=9.68)

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**22.** Second half: two, (the only integral case; no ** Ordinals** ) Extreme number names

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**23.** ** Ordinals** are also used to express fractions but not dates

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**24.** From premier to centième As numerals rather than as words, ** Ordinals** are in theory (as in official publications) written with the numeral followed just by e , except for premier ( 1er ) or second ( 2d ).

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**25.** When eager_global_** Ordinals** is enabled, global

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**26.** This shifts the cost of building global ** Ordinals** from search to index-time

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**27.** Elasticsearch will also eagerly build global ** Ordinals** when creating a new copy of a shard, as can occur when increasing the number of

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**ORDINALS** [ˈôrdnəl]

NOUN

- short for ordinal number.

- a service book, especially one with the forms of service used at ordinations.

ordinal number. n. 1. (Mathematics) **a number denoting relative position in a sequence**, such as first, second, third. Sometimes shortened to: ordinal. 2. (Logic) logic maths a measure of not only the size of a set but also the order of its elements.

adjective. Definition of ordinal (Entry 2 of 2) 1 : of a specified order or rank in a series . 2 : of or relating to a taxonomic order.

countable noun. An ordinal number or an ordinal is a word such as **'first,' 'third,' and 'tenth'** that tells you where a particular thing occurs in a sequence of things.

Ordinal in a sentence 1, 'First', 'second' and 'third' are ordinals . 2, '1st' is an ordinal . 3, Ordinal numbers are used in these sentences : 'She was fifth in the race' and 'They celebrated the 200th anniversary of the university's foundation'.