Numbers and Their Name
Category : 1st Class
Let us look at the following patterns:
Let us look at the number counting and their appropriate name as given below:
Fill the blank box with one of the following options:
Three means the number 3 that comes just after four or 4. It is clear from the following diagram:
Seven means the number 7 which comes just after 6 (six) and just before the number 8 (eight). The following diagram makes it more clear:
Option (c) is incorrect because eight means the number 8 that comes just after 7 (seven) and just before 9 (nine). The following diagram makes it more clear:
Option (d) is incorrect because nine means the number 9 that comes after 8 (eight) and just before 10 (ten). The following diagram makes it more clear:
Which one of the following options is correctly written?
Option (c) is correct because the number 11 is written as "Eleven" in words and therefore, this is write combination of number and word.
Option (a) is incorrect the correct combination will be as
Option (b) is incorrect as the correct number and word combination will be
Option (d) is incorrect as the correct number and word combination will be
Reverse counting is back counting or counting backward and the concept of back counting we have discussed in the beginning of this chapter. The reverse counting goes as following-
Number reverse counting is one aspect. The another aspect is word reverse counting. Look at the following diagram:
Therefore, it is clear that reverse counting goes from greater to smaller. Take another example if we have to count.
In reverse order then the reverse counting diagram goes as:
Smith does reverse counting of the words (numbers) inside the egg given below. From which word (number) does he start counting?
The counting goes as the following:
Which one of the following box has numbers in the reverse counting order?
Counting by any number is same as the table of that number. For example:
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