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DefinitionType of Number
Form cryptarithms where a set of numbers are assigned to letters that usually spell out some meaningful thought.
The counting numbers.
When this type of number is multiplied by another number it results in the same digits but in a different order.
Any number that cannot be the root of a polynomial equation with rational coefficients.
All positive natural numbers, but, it includes 0.
Includes real numbers, imaginary numbers, and sums and differences of real and imaginary numbers.
Positive and negative counting numbers.
Numbers where the aliquot parts(proper divisors other than the number itself) have identical sums.
Deals with the selection of elements from a set of elements.
A natural number that is abundant but not semiperfect.
The number of things can be selected,chosen, or grouped.
When one numbers factors add up to another number, and that other number's factors add up to the other number's factor
When you square the number it ends in the original number.
The real or complex number solutions to polynomial equations.
Any number that when you added up all its factors other than itself, it equals itself.
DefinitionType of Number
These are numbers that can be represented as dots that are arranged in the shape of a regular polygon.
The number of ways that a number of things can be ordered or arranged.
Any number expressible by the quotient of two numbers as in a/b.
Real numbers that are not rational.
The sum of the factors,other than itself, is bigger than the original number itself.
If it is not a multiple of 2, it is this kind of number.
One that remains a prime number after repeatedly relocating the first digit of the number to the end of the number.
Defines how many items there are in a group or collection of items.
Has factors other than 1 and itself.
Numbers that equal the product of a real number and the square root of –1.
No factors other than 1 and itself.
The third power of a number.
Numbers that can be expressed as a ratio of an integer to a non-zero integer.
If its a multiple of 2, it is this kind of number.
Numbers that have decimal representations that have a finite or infinite sequence of digits to the right of the decimal point. They can be positive, negative, or zero.

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