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> There is another puzzle: about the Latin words for 18 and 19 - duodeviginti > (two from]]>Oct 26, 1995 6:40:09 PMOct 26, 1995 6:40:09 PMconway@math.Princeton.EDU0Re: math query
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>[...] >>I had not known of Schwartzman's book and am grateful for the]]>
Oct 26, 1995 3:35:09 PMOct 26, 1995 3:35:09 PMxpolakis@prometheus.hol.gr0Re: math query
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(two from twenty) and undeviginti (one from twenty), a pattern]]>Oct 26, 1995 1:57:48 PMOct 26, 1995 1:57:48 PMgoulding@sas.ac.uk1Re: math query
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little bit about the Latin number words in the teens up to]]>Oct 26, 1995 1:57:48 PMOct 26, 1995 1:57:48 PMsteves@apple.com2Re: math query
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>I had not known of Schwartzman's book and am grateful for the reference. >Other books on the subject are]]>Oct 26, 1995 6:50:19 AMOct 26, 1995 6:50:19 AMxpolakis@prometheus.hol.gr0Re: math query
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I learned about numbers essentially in the way one read from left to right,]]>Oct 26, 1995 6:31:19 AMOct 26, 1995 6:31:19 AMsah@math.sunysb.edu0Re: math query
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> Bonnie Leitch asked: > > > I am a high school math teacher with a]]>Oct 25, 1995 12:32:21 PMOct 25, 1995 12:32:21 PMconway@math.Princeton.EDU0Re: math query
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> I am a high school math teacher with a historical question. Bill Dunham >suggested I]]>Oct 25, 1995 9:53:41 AMOct 25, 1995 9:53:41 AMhale_d@gusher.pb.utexas.edu1Re: math query
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few terms of a sequence to be treated specially. Thus in English, "eleven" is]]>Oct 25, 1995 8:59:27 AMOct 25, 1995 8:59:27 AMconway@math.Princeton.EDU0Re: math query
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> I am a high school math teacher with a historical question. Bill Dunham >suggested I ask you. Why in both the]]>Oct 25, 1995 7:31:36 AMOct 25, 1995 7:31:36 AMxpolakis@prometheus.hol.gr0