numerosity


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Noun1.numerosity - a large number
number, figure - the property possessed by a sum or total or indefinite quantity of units or individuals; "he had a number of chores to do"; "the number of parameters is small"; "the figure was about a thousand"
multitudinousness - a very large number (especially of people)
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For example, the new rule adopts the numerosity, commonality, adequacy-of-representation and predominance requirements contained in the legislation.
Despite the prevalence of math phobia, people too are born with a strong innate number sense, and numerosity is deeply embedded in many aspects of our minds and culture.
23(a) was satisfied because the rules requirements regarding numerosity, commonality, typicality and adequacy of representation were all met.
The contributions of numerosity and domain-general abilities to school readiness.
Subitising, a perceptual activity whereby young children quickly attend to the numerosity of a small set of items, has been shown to change to provide support for students' initial use of subgroups when composing a total amount (MacDonald & Shumway, 2016).
But, depending on the design of a test, dogs might also get the right answers by judging the total surface area of treats instead of their numerosity.
The Part then assesses the impact of the opt-in option on certification requirements, especially ascertainability, numerosity, adequacy, and superiority, and it concludes that the opt-in option offers a significant carrot: easier certification.
However, the safeguards provided by Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23--including numerosity, commonality, or typicality are not required in PAGA claims.
The study found that the success level in the tests on number and numerosity increased with the increase in age in both groups (cited by Jersild 1979, p.
considered when evaluating a certification motion, such as numerosity,
In absolute terms, red hair is uncommon among the Irish too, but we make a mistake because we mix up relative and absolute numerosity.