Go down deep enough into anything and you will find mathematics, Dean Schlicter.
Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted, Albert Einstein.
Numbers and Counting.
Natural numbers are those used for counting (“there are six books on the table”) and ordering (“this is the second largest city in the world”).
We use numbers in our daily lives more often than we realize.
We use numbers to say how old we are: “I am seven years old,” “The age of adulthood is eighteen years old,” and “a child is a person aged between six and fourteen years old.”
We use them for dates (The fourth of July is Independence day in the United States) , for dealing with money (“This tie costs ten pounds”) , phone numbers (“My telephone number is 01244 123 4567”) , addresses, etc.
Why don’t you read our “I cannot count the stars in the sky” free e-book for our gentle introduction to numbers?
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