Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Numbers"

The meaning of "Numbers" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does which of the numbers 19,21,23 and 25 has the most factors? mean?
A: 日本語で数学の用語 を知っていません。
19 = 1 x 19
Factors = 1, 19

21 = 1 x 21, 7 x 3
Factors = 1, 3, 7, 21

23 = 1 x 23
Factors = 1, 23

25 = 1 x 25, 5 x 5
Factors = 1, 5, 25
Q: What does Could you just go over these numbers with me? mean?
A: This could mean somebody you work with or know asking for you to re check, help or just look at some numbers
Q: What does The numbers are still being crunched mean?
A: The numbers are still being calculated/ counted.
Q: What does we ran some rough numbers mean?
A: This is to say we looked things over quickly. For example: We ran some rough numbers and you will need about $20,000 as a down payment for the house.
Q: What does "by numbers" mean?
A: It means he or she paints many paintings. Dozens or hundreds of them.

Example sentences using "Numbers"

Q: Please show me example sentences with “...a big larger than...”. Is it appropriate for explain the numbers?.
A: I added a photo to your blubber question to help you understand what munching means, haha. Go look at it.

I think "...a big larger than..." is not correct.
It should be "bit", not "big".
...a bit larger than...


I think it's used more with size than numbers, but I think you can use it with numbers too.


Example sentences:

NFL jerseys tend to run a bit larger than regular clothing.

Our audience is a bit larger than what it was last year.

The Native American Indian population is quite a bit larger than outsiders might suspect.

It's a bit larger than a rhinoceros, but smaller than an elephant.

The stickers are medium sized, so they are quite a bit larger than normal.

This sculpture is a bit larger than the others, but I like it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with in small numbers.
A: Check the question to view the answer

Synonyms of "Numbers" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The numbers of which have already been reduced and The numbers have already been reduced ?
A: "The numbers of which have already been reduced" describes things that were mentioned in the previous sentence.
Example: "Exterminators have been hired to get rid of the pests in the area. The numbers of which have already been reduced."

"The numbers have already been reduced" doesn't need a preceding sentence but sounds odd to me without context.
A: "Any update on the pests in the area?"
B: "The numbers have already been reduced."
Q: What is the difference between Count the numbers from 1 to 20 and Count from 1 to 20 ?
A: There is no need to include “the numbers” so we would most probably not say it, unless there was some particular reason. It adds nothing to the meaning because tge remainder of the sentence clearly refers to the numbers you wish to hear counted.
Q: What is the difference between These numbers are not right! and These figures are not right! ?
A: Numbers and figures aren't always the same thing. Numbers mean, well, number while figures are like statistics on a chart or something similar.
Q: What is the difference between numbers and figures ?
A: Number is a number, nothing more, but a figure may be a number, a letter, or anything that is somewhat significant

Translations of "Numbers"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)?
①Due to the large numbers of applicants, registration has been ended.

②registration has been closed.

③We stopped accepting registration, because all the places are taken.

A: They are all pretty close.

"registration has been ended" -> "registration is now closed"

This is fine with a little more detail, e.g. "registration has been closed since last week" or "registration has been closed for quite some time now"

But to speak about the present, use "registration is {now / currently} closed"

"stopped accepting registration" -> "stopped accepting new registrations"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? How to say these numbers correctly?

A: 1.) Two hundred fifty-eight thousand nine hundred sixty-three
2.) one million five hundred eighty-nine thousand, six hundred twenty-five
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? very big numbers in speaking English? say,like 5836,789,456
A: Here's an example large number:

Written form:
Six billion, five hundred thirty two million, seven hundred ninety eight thousand, one hundred forty three

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 268,459 (numbers in English)
A: Two hundred and sixty-eight thousand, four hundred and fifty-nine
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the numbers in the picture(could you record how to read the numbers like four two three blabla...? I want to practice listening of the numbers.)
A: If you want any particular rows just tell me and I'll pronounce it for ya 😊

Other questions about "Numbers"

Q: I would like to know what 'we hit our numbers' means. Does it mean 'we reach our sales target' when someone talks about their business?
A: That is exactly what it means.

It means they raised the money or sold the number of products that they wanted to.
Q: 11111

The above numbers are the registration codes for undergraduate students.
The below numbers are the registration codes for graduate students.

Does "above numbers" indicate 11111 and 33333? Does this sound natural?
A: You can say "the top codes in each set of two." I can't think of one word that could identify both
Q: The numbers are in Arabic (0, 1, 2, 3, etc.) Does this sound natural?
A: The numbers are written with Arabic numerals (0, 1, 2, etc.).
Q: which do you like,these numbers?
この中のどの数字がすきですか? Does this sound natural?
A: You should say "which of these numbers do you like?"
Q: Can you give me six numbers between one and thirty-three, then give me one number between one and sixteen,thank you.
A: 23, 12, 9, 7, 15, 10; 2

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