Cardinal Nominal numbers

                       In this page Cardinal Nominal numbers we are going to see definitions and examples for cardinal and nominal numbers.

Cardinal number is the number that denotes quantity of something. It answers the question, How many. So it is also called as counting numbers.

Following are some examples of cardinal numbers.


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The term Nominal number is started used recently only. A nominal number is a number which is used for only identification.

In other words, Nominal represents the name of the number.

Examples:

  • Zip or postal code
  • Social security number
  • Codes

The following example defines the nominal number.

We can remember the three types of numbers, Cardinal, Ordinal and Nominal like this

                   The easiest way to remember the numbers

  •   Cardinal number counts how many.
  •   Nominal number denotes the name of the number.
  •   Ordinal number denotes the order of the number.

               Quote on Mathematics

“Mathematics, without this we can do nothing in our life. Each and everything around us is math.

Math is not only solving problems and finding solutions and it is also doing many things in our day to day life.  They are: 

It subtracts sadness and adds happiness in our life.    

It divides sorrow and multiplies forgiveness and love.

Some people would not be able to accept that the subject Math is easy to understand. That is because; they are unable to realize how the life is complicated. The problems in the subject Math are easier to solve than the problems in our real life. When our people are able to solve all the problems in the complicated life, why can we not solve the simple math problems?

Many people think that the subject math is always complicated and it exists to make things from simple to complicate. But the real existence of the subject math is to make things from complicate to simple.”

Students can try to solve the problems given in the following links on their own. If they have any doubt they can refer the methods given in the solution links. Parents and teachers can encourage the students to do the problems on their own, following the methods discussed in the above links. If you are having any doubt you canContact us through mail, we will help you to clear your doubts.

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