Cardinal Number (definition)

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Numbers that are used in the syntactical sense for denoting a quantity. . For example, in the sentence, "That cool cat had three chicks" Three is a cardinal number, as a opposed to ordinal numbers which indicate order, as in first, second, and third, or numerals which are the specific words in a language that represent a number, like the word one-hundred.

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