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From: Nathan <wood9747@kutztown.edu>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2003091117:27:48
Subject: Math

	
I would like to know two things. First why is the abbreviation for
number "no." when the word number has no letter "o" in it?
The second question is what is the correct name for the symbol of
number "#"?

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