Whole Number Addition by andyikumar


									                           Whole Number Addition

Whole Number Addition

Whole numbers are easy to remember. They're not fractions, they're not decimals, they're simply whole
numbers. The only thing that makes them different than natural numbers is that we include the zero
when we are referring to whole numbers. However, some mathematicians will also include the zero in
natural numbers and I'm not going to argue the point. I'll accept both if a reasonable argument is
presented. Whole numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, and so on. Natural numbers are what you use when you are
counting one to one objects. You may be counting pennies or buttons or cookies. When you start using
1,2,3,4 and so on, you are using the counting numbers or to give them a proper title, you are using the
natural numbers.

The natural numbers are the ordinary whole numbers used for counting ("there are 6 coins on the
table") and ordering ("this is the 3rd largest city in the country"). These purposes are related to the
linguistic notions of cardinal and ordinal numbers, respectively (see English numerals). A later notion is
that of a nominal number, which is used only for naming. Properties of the natural numbers related to
divisibility, such as the distribution of prime numbers, are studied in number theory. Problems
concerning counting and ordering, such as partition enumeration, are studied in combinatorics.

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Representation of the data in the form of the graph is one of the very strong tool, which is used to
represent the data and then analyze from it. In the graphic mode of representation the points and lines of
various kinds are used to represent the data. On the graph paper, different lines are drawn to represent
the lines on the scale. The graph paper is divided into four equal quadrants, but usually the graph is
represented in the first quadrant where the x and the y axis are in the positive form. When the graphs
are properly constructed, these readily shows the information that may not be able to be clear with the
data representation on the tables. Though the data represented on the table is more accurate, but it is
very time consuming to predict the conclusions with the help of the given data. There are different
Types of Graphs. We come across different types of graphs.

Now further if we look at the graph of the time series, we have following five types of the curves: 1.
Horizontal Lines Graph 2. Component Graph 3. Silhouette Graph 4. Range or Variation Graph 5. Z-
Curve Graph Now if we look at the horizontal line graph, they represent the different lines with the
respect of the time change Z- Chart or Z- Curve : It is a special type of the graph which is used to
represent the figures, which are represented at the regular interval of the period at the span of one year.
 In the same way we say that the frequency is classified into following types of graphs:

1. Vertical Line

2.   Histogram

3.   Polygon

4.   Ogive

5.   Lorenz Curve

In the vertical lines curve the graph is represented in the form of the vertical lines which are drawn
with the reference of the time.

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