A numeral is a word class (part of speech) designating numbers or related to specifying quantities and any other countable divisions. All numerals are divided into cardinal numbers and ordinal numbers. Cardinal numbers indicate number, quantity or amount and are used in counting. 0| Zero (nought)| 10| Ten| | |

1| One| 11| Eleven| | |
2| Two| 12| Tvelve| 20| Twenty|
3| Three| 13| Thirteen| 30| Thirty|
4| Four| 14| Fourteen| 40| Forty (no "u")|
5| Five| 15| Fifteen (note "f", not "v")| 50| Fifty (note "f",not "v")| 6| Six| 16| Sixteen| 60| Sixty|
7| Seven| 17| Seventeen| 70| Seventy|
8| Eight| 18| Eighteen| 80| Eighty (only one "t")|
9| Nine| 19| Nineteen (only one "t")| 90| Ninety (note the "e")| |
The numbers from 13 to 19 are formed by adding the suffix –teen to the corresponding numbers of units.They have two stresses: on the first syllable and on the suffix.The cardinal numerals indicating tens are formed by adding the suffix – ty to the corresponding number of units.They have the stress on the first syllable. If a number is in the range 21 to 99, and the second digit is not zero, one typically writes the number as two words separated by a hyphen. 21| twenty-one|

25| twenty-five|
32| thirty-two|
58| fifty-eight|
64| sixty-four|
79| seventy-nine|
83| eighty-three|
99| ninety-nine|
In English, the hundreds are perfectly regular, except that the word hundred remains in its singular form regardless of the number preceding it (nevertheless, one may on the other hand say "hundreds of people flew in", or the like) 100| One hundred|

200| Two hundred|
…| …|
900| Nine hundred|
So too are the thousands, with the number of thousands followed by the word "thousand". 1000| One thousand|
2000| Two thousand|
…| …|
9000| Nine thousand|

There are simple, derived and composite cardinal numerals.The cardinal numerals from 1 to 12 as...

...BITHMARK
By: A. C. Patacsil
Cast of Characters
Narrator 1 - Effective storyteller, warm, intimate with the audience. When he reads the
Lord’s lines his tone becomes solemn, authoritative, dignified.
Narrator 2 - His voice is respectful, as benefits an angel of the lord.
The Readers stand at a small platform with Narrator 1 [The Lord] in the center. Slightly to his right is Narrator 2 [Israfel]. Use soft lights.
Narrator 1 It came to pass that after five days of over time work, the Lord faced the n task of creating someone to live his newly created world. He summoned the Angel Israfel.
“Prepare the Heavenly Oven,” He orders. “And the Dough – you know what to do.”
Narrator 2 “Lord it shall be done,” said the angel. And forth he went to the Baking Chamber. He flapped his wings a couple of times. “it’s certainly warm in here,” he murmured to himself. He prepared the Dough and then heated the Oven. He studied the gauges, ”Hmmm . . . 555,” he said, as he hurried back to the Lord.
“The Oven is ready, Lord,” he said
Narrator 1 “Then go to it,” the Lord said.
Narrator 2 Israfel went back to the Baking Chamber and set the dial at 555 C. he put the finishing touches on the Dough, then placed it carefully in the Oven. He began counting, “Once one thousand, two two thousand, three three thousand” until he reached “ten ten thousand.” “That should do it,” he said, and took the man out of the oven.
Narrator 1 Horror of horrors! The...

...information that supports the thesis.
Decide on your main categories. The main categories are key points of your thesis, the main divisions of your paper. For example, in a basic wikiHow article, the main categories might be "Steps," "Tips," and "Warnings." For a novel, each chapter might be a main category, or you might divide the story into its exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution.
Put your main categories in logical order. List the main categories in the order you want them in your paper. This may be chronological or thematical, but it should make sense.
Label each main category with a Roman numeral (i.e. "I.", "II.", "III.", etc.) for a Roman numeral-letter-number outline
Label each main category with a number (i.e. "1.0", "2.0", "3.0," etc.) for a decimal outline. Note there are periods after each label in a Roman numeral outline but not in a decimal outline.
Fill in the subcategories for each main category. Each main category of the paper may be composed of several paragraphs. Each subcategory typically correlates to one paragraph within your paper, but in a long paper or a novel each subcategory may include many paragraphs. For example, in this article, subcategories might be the bolded sentence for each step. Indent several spaces (typically 5), and write down only a short word or phrase (for a topic outline) or a brief sentence (for a sentence outline) to describe the main idea...

...A numeral system (or system of numeration) is a writing system for expressing numbers, that is, a mathematical notation for representing numbers of a given set, using digits or other symbols in a consistent manner. It can be seen as the context that allows the symbols "11" to be interpreted as the binary symbol for three, the decimal symbol for eleven, or a symbol for other numbers in different bases.
Ideally, a numeral system will:
* Represent a useful set of numbers (e.g. all integers, or rational numbers)
* Give every number represented a unique representation (or at least a standard representation)
* Reflect the algebraic and arithmetic structure of the numbers.
b - numeral system base
dn - the n-th digit
n - can start from negative number if the number has a fraction part.
N+1 - the number of digits
Base (Radix):- The total number of distinct symbols used by a number system called base or radix.
E.g.: Decimal number system uses ten distinct symbols: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.
Decimal number system:-
The decimal numeral system (also called base ten or occasionally denary) has ten as its base. It is the numerical base most widely used by modern civilizations.[1][2]
Decimal notation often refers to a base-10 positional notation such as the Hindu-Arabic numeral system
Decimal number system uses ten distinct symbols: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.
Binary number system:-
In mathematics and...

...sure your outline has all the sections mentioned below. See the sample outline under the assignment link to see how the outline should look.
3. At the top of the outline, give:
--Your name
--Specific purpose
--Thesis
4. The Introduction should have three Roman numerals, one for each part in the Introduction. (Attention statement, credibility statement, and preview of main points)
I. Get attention & involve audience with topic
II. Establish your credibility on the topic -- tell what research and experience you have with the topic
III.Preview your main points and thesis statement -- Tell audience what each of your main points will cover
Each point should be written in complete sentences.
5. The Body should have two to five Roman numerals, one for each main point, with subpoints. Each main point should have at least two subpoints.Each main point and subpoint should be in complete sentences. After each main point, you should include a transition sentence to connect to the next main point. For a biographical speech, we usually use chronological format to cover the person's childhood, education, career, and what they are doing now or when they died.
6. The Conclusion should have two Roman numerals: (see Chapter 9)
I. Summarize your main points -- repeat your main points
II. End with a strong closing statement.
Each of these should be in a complete sentence.
7. At the end of your outline, you should put a...

...Chapter 09a
Process Capability and Statistical
Process Control
Review and Discussion Questions
1. The capability index allows for some drifting of the process mean. Discuss what this means in terms of product quality output.
When Cpk is larger then 1.33 or 1.5, this means that the mean of the process can drift (up to a limit) while still producing within specifications. This is what is implied by the phrase “a capable process."
2. Discuss the purposes and differences between the P-charts and X-bar and R charts.
P-charts are used to monitor the process for attribute data. These are typically binomial “go, no-go” data. An example of a P-chart is percent of pieces nonconforming. X-bar charts are used for charting population values for continuous measurement. X-bar charts operate effectively with smaller sample sizes than P-charts, but it is more involved to analyze the sample for an X-bar chart since a measurement must be taken. A rule of thumb for the sample size of a P-chart is to have at least one defective in each sample. This can require a relatively large sample size in some cases. If the process is slow, an X-bar chart will generally be a better choice since it functions with smaller sample sizes. An example of an X-bar chart is average time to complete a mile run for one person. R charts are used to compute process ranges for variable data, and are generally used in concert with X-bar charts.
3. In an agreement between a supplier and a...

...3. Characterize Judy. What specific words are used to describe her looks/actions? Specifically, what does Dexter like about her?
Quotes such as "She was entertained only by the gratification of her desires and by the direct exercise of her own charm" describe what kind of person she was and what her actions were in the story. Dexter loved the she was kind of like a princess of the club. Desirable by all men and hard to get.
4. Characterize Dexter. What is important to him? Although he appears motivated by the desire to be with Judy, he also makes sacrifices. What is he willing to sacrifice for her?
Throughout the story his main interests are his company that he built and Judy. A little bit more interested with Judy because he has a urge to sell the company and move with her to new York where they can live happily.
5. Explain this quote: “carelessness was for his children” (1016). Why must Dexter be “careful”?
Dexter must be careful because as him mother being a immigrant he couldn’t afford to mess up in life. He couldn’t afford to make any mistakes and ruin his life. But later on as he made it big in the industry, his children would be able to make mistakes because they have him to fall back on.
6. Explain this quote: “No disillusion as to the world in which she had grown up could cure his illusion as to her desirability” (1018).
The author is trying to say that Judy’s desirability is fake and what Dexter’s is trying to accomplish...