Cardinal and ordinal numbers
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Cardinal and ordinal numbers

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Published by PWN - Polish Scientific Publishers in Warsa .
Written in English

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Statement[translated from Polish by Janina Smo lska].
SeriesMonografie matematyczne -- Tom 34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13771271M

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Note 2— The forms octōdecim, novendecim are rare, duodēvīgintī (two from twenty), ūndēvīgintī (one from twenty), being used instead. So 28, 29; 38, 39; etc. may be expressed either by the subtraction of two and one or by the addition of eight and nine respectively. Ordinal numbers ball games. Students throw and catch, bounce or roll a ball as they count up the list of ordinal numbers, convert from cardinal numbers, set each other maths problems, etc. Some of these can be done with one student going up as far as they can on their own until they make a mistake, pause for too long or drop the ball. Auriel Douglas and Michael Strumpf break down the use of ordinal and cardinal numbers together in their book, The Grammar Bible. "When a cardinal number and an ordinal number modify the same noun, the ordinal number always precedes the cardinal number: The first two operations were the most difficult to : Richard Nordquist. Cardinal and ordinal numbers in primary school. Cardinal numbers and ordinal numbers are both used in everyday life situations. Both concepts are taught alongside each other and usually not explicitly differentiated. In Reception children will begin using numbers () to count sets of objects (cardinal) to recite numbers in order (ordinal).