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To make a count of members, attendees, or participants.
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At first, mathematicians thought that all infinite sets could be paired with the counting numbers in this way.
The need to limit the voltage in order to obtain a certain resolution necessitates longer counting times to compensate for the reduced intensities, and may also require the choice of x-ray lines of lower excitation energy (L rather than K, or M rather than L).
He says that many lab experiments have suggested counting ability in captive animals, and the new study provides one of the first examples of animals' counting in nature.
However, if the uncertainty budget is large without considering the counting statistics, there may be no significant advantage to counting longer or at higher rates.
All of the Kroger companies used cycle counting and did not count inventory at year-end.
334) calculate small quantities by employing either basic counting skills or nonmathematical subitizing mechanisms.
Addition and other counting operations rely on several abilities, including the tagging of individual items with an ordered series of numbers and knowing that the number assigned to the last member of a counted set also represents the total number of items in the set.
The luck of the draw,'' said Newbury Park resident Babette Lawall, a longtime bird-watcher on her first counting expedition.
Kean said the card counting stopped after the majority was reached.