These are numbers.

- Numbers are what we use for counting, labeling and measuring.
A example of numbers are 3 and 7.

- Numbers is the fourth book in the Bible that talks about what happened to the Hebrews after Moses led them out of Egypt.
An example of Numbers is when a generation of Hebrews wanders in the wilderness until a new generation is able to cross the River Jordan.

## Numbers

the fourth book of the Pentateuch in the Bible, containing the census of the Hebrews after the Exodus: abbrev.

*Nb*,*Num*,*Nu*, or*Nm*Origin of Numbers

translated, translation of Classical Greek*Arithmoi*(see arithmetic): so named in allusion to the census

## numbers

See also mathematics.

**abacist**a skilied user of the abacus. acalculia Psychiatry. an inability to work with figures; a mental block concerning calculation.

**arithmancy**a form of divination involving numbers. Also called

**arithmomancy**.

**arithmomania**

**1.**an obsession with numbers.

**2.**a compulsion to count things.

**hebdomadism**a belief that the number seven is sacred, as in ancient Baby-Ion. numerology a system of occultism based upon numbers. —

**numerologist, n.**—

**numerological, adj.**

## Numbers

Noun

- plural form of
*number* - (plural only) Many individuals as a group.

Verb

- third-person singular simple present indicative form of number

Proper noun

- The Book of Numbers, the fourth of the Books of Moses in the Old Testament of the Bible, the fourth book in the Torah.

- Num.

## numbers - Computer Definition

In a computer, numbers can be stored in several forms. Although they are all coded as binary digits (bits), BCD and packed decimal numbers retain the decimal relationship of a number, whereas fixed and floating point do not.

### Binary Coded Decimal (BCD)

BCD encodes each decimal digit in a single byte. The number 7100 would take four bytes. A variation, called "packed decimal," encodes two digits in one byte.### Binary Fixed Point

This method converts the entire decimal number into a binary number, placing it in a fixed unit of storage. The number 7100 would require at least two bytes. Binary numbers are calculated faster than decimal (BCD) numbers.**Bytes Bits Values**1 8 0 to 255 2 16 0 to 65,535 4 32 0 to 4,294,967,295