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Mathemat ics rating: Star t Cla ss Top Prior ity Field : Bas ics One of the 500 most frequently viewed mathematics articles. Contents [hide]     1 Trivia 2 hey 3 OK. what the heck. a collaborative effort to improve the coverage ofMathematics on Wikipedia... 4 Proposed criteria for inclusion in "other meanings" section 5 Evolution of glyphs 6 A page for the word "one"? 7 Prefixes 3    . If you would like to participate. or if the rating is inaccurate. please visit theproject page. where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.. Please update this rating as the article progresses.This article is within the scope ofWikiProject Mathematics.

..1 Useful but not where it was 21 Request: section on history 22 Unity 23 Organization of number pages and number disambiguation pages 24 A new definition of One 25 Why is this the Primary Topic instead of a dab? 26 Languages o       26. The Movie 12 Money 13 Unus 14 Religion 15 Redundancy 16 Multiplicative identity 17 Trivia 18 Egyptian Unit Fractions 19 Handwriting international 20 Extra list info 20.1 Article 27 Digital Digits 28 Why no mention of this?   [edit]Trivia 4 .             o 8 Pee 9 Natural Numbers 10 smth interesting I found out 11 One.

scintillatingly clever. not just multiplication over a ring. One is the identity in many number systems.104 (talk) 16:02. but one I'm not qualified to write. which is probably a more fruitful article. Do we really need a list of companies and astronomical objects that have the number "1" in there somewhere? 140. it was absolutely on target.. I also think Peano's definition of number deserves a mention." Crap? Crap? CRAP????!!! My inclusion of the Marvin Hamlisch song entitled One was certainly notcrap.40.184. (And. and experienced a twinge of ego deflation when Eloquence deleted them. --Vicki Rosenzweig [edit]hey Doesn't all the stuff at the bottom of the list belong at the disambig page? Isn't that what disambigpages are for??? Revolver 09:43. 10 Nov 2004 (UTC) [edit]OK. I think we need to cover more. incontrovertibly 5 . 17 November 2007 (UTC) If we're going to define the number one. what the heck..It seems to me that almost everything from "In Science" through to "Historial Years" is basically pointless trivia. worse yet. And then we're into definitions of number.. I enjoyed piling on to the "one is also" list and contributing some trivia. called it a "crap removal example.

And. b) things that are associated with number 1 simply because they are the first of a numbered group of things (e. if people think the "one is also" list DOES belong. Dpbsmith 16:19. considered reverting the pageand thought about what I would actually appreciate finding if I followed a link to an article on One and decided Eloquence was right. what the heck. 6 Jan 2004 (UTC) ...g.. 6 Jan 2004 (UTC) In response to (b): can you assume that something was given the number 1 just because it happened to be the first. So.encyclopedic. I stared at the list. or was it given the number 1 because it's the 6 . If there are any." Dpbsmith 12:01. 12 Feb 2004 (UTC) [edit]Proposed criteria for inclusion in "other meanings" section If we're going to have a list. Anyway. The latter should probably be characterized as '"trivia. and I was about to self-nominate it for Brilliant Prose when—but I digress). I guess I will add those entries to the list.. darned if I'm getting left out of the party.But. Dpbsmith 23:19. we should distinguish between a) things that actually have something fundamental to do with one-ness or properties of the number one—these are IMHO the legitimate items. highway route numbers).

Mahler's Symphony No. 1. which is the central north-south street of the metro Detroit area. 26 Jan 2004 (UTC) I can see your point about it not being worthwhile to list all the Symphonies No." It is simply a song whose title happens to be "One. Does the Marvin Hamlisch song illustrate any properties of the number one? I don't know. 1 is often the most important national. and is worth including in this article. Rachmaninov's Symphony No. and it might also be the first.200.most important of the set? Also. those that are numbered "one" are indeedsimply the first. the Marvin Hammlisch song is trivia to me because I don't care about Broadway musicals. 1. 24 Jan 2004 (UTC) In the example I gave (highway route numbers). 1. but all of which are trivial examples of the number 1. Brahms' Symphony No. I've probly never heard that song. As for the highways.g. Dpbsmith 01:47." any more than Beethoven's Symphony No. but I gave an NPOV definition of what I meant by it. state or local highways.131 22:39." It doesn't have a very good claim to be mentioned in an article about "One. none of which are trivial piece of music. For example. 1. Michigan 1 is Woodward Avenue. 141.217. be careful to call things "trivia" if your POV is the only thing telling you its trivia. 1. E. there are too many of them and probably none of them illustrates oneness (though it reminds me about a particular Symphony No. Re trivia: perhaps I shouldn't have used that word. 1.. Those 7 . or Sibelius' Symphony No. but it would be wrong for me to impose my sense of trivia on others. Is that the song that says "one is the loneliest number"? Whatever song says that illustrates a property of the number one. not the most important. 0 which is worth mentioning in the article on zero). The Marvin Hamlisch song does not illustrate any particular property of the number "one.

e. interstates are northsouth highways..S. but I'm holding off on that until I do a little more reading on the subject. I was about to write in the article that its form has remained very stable through the many permutations by the Hindus and Arabs. oddnumbered U. PrimeFan 17:47.g.217.9 ought to discuss how the glyph for the numeral in question evolved. but national ones should be listed.168 16:31.) 141. [edit]Prefixes 8 .numbers are not always given sequentially. In the case of 1. (I don't think state and local highways are worth listing.173. 26 Jan 2004 (UTC) [edit]Evolution of glyphs I think the articles 0 . 3 Feb 2004 (UTC) [edit]A page for the word "one"? See discussion towards the end of Talk:List of numbers/Deletion. but are instead matched up between properties of the number and properties of the highway.

That makes perfect sense. The definition in "other fields" is better than the definition I have/had in "human society". "It is the natural number following 0 and preceding 2" implies that 0 is a natural number. Second. This should probably say something like "It is the first natural number. The "Other fields" section has grown haphazardly. I see very little distinction between what goes in "human society and "other fields". 27 Aug 2004 (UTC) [edit]Pee I saw there was no mention of 1 in reference to urinating in the Human Society section. others don't. it seems more appropriate for it to be in "human society".0. 3 September 2005 (UTC) [edit]Natural Numbers The second sentence of this article.Some of the number articles of Wikipedia have prefixes added to their tables. What's the problem?? Check to see which do and which don't. Anton Mravcek 20:07. which it isn't. Then I saw that there was a reference in "other fields". so I added it.245. and it was overdue for sorting.163 20:35. 66. 9 . First.

and so it should stand as is.76. and that's all the sentence really says. I'd rather change "natural number" to "integer" than lose the reference to 0. so it's the natural number following 0. Numerao17:52.s with zero & w/o). 11 November 2008 (UTC) [edit]s mth intere sting I found out Every number that had no other digits in it but "1" can 10 . further down it mentions the notations N0 and N* (set of natural num.17. 4pq1injbok 00:20. and it follows 0. 20 September 2005 (UTC) this is thornier than wheter 1 is prime or not. I'm pretty sure I've seen both of these in math papers. —Preceding unsigned comment added by66.preceding 2". 21 September 2005 (UTC) Seems best just to use "integer" as you suggest.60. if we do rewrite this line.21 11:49. --82. it tells you right off the bat that including 0 is optional. Furthermore. 1 is a natural number. this analogous sentence from Glossary of Fencing Terms: "A counter-riposte is the offensive action following the parry of any riposte" -.154 (talk) 05:23. If you skim the article on natural number.5. 20 September 2005 (UTC) I don't think that the sentence implies anything about 0.I hope you'll agree this doesn't imply that a parry is an offensive action. Cf.

111 can be divided to 37 and to 3.be divided only to prime numbers. For example. I'm sick of forgetting to write those 4 tildes at the end of each post.Comman doGuard 11:3 11 . Can anyone confirm this? For god's sake. someone must write a post signing script for wiki ASAP. I tried this with even rather large numbers (1111111) and so far it has worked. both prime numbers.

Even repunits with a prime number of 1s can have more than two prime factors: 1111111111111 = 53 · 79 · 265371653. 16 March 2007 (UTC) [ e d i t ] O n e . or any other number (9999999. 26 October 2005 (UTC) I'm not quite sure what you're conjecturing. This page is about talk on improving the page on number 1. 12 . 11. 77. but our Repunit (factors) page should settle the matter. 37. for example). 33. If your referring to divisors. Cheers :-) -dionyziz 18:10. not to mention 111 = 3 · 37 and 1001 = 7 · 11 · 13. Numerao 22:07. but I'm talking about the most basic level of the dividers. If you try to do the same with twos or threes. the most basic level of the dividers will have non-primes in it (in the very most of cases). 7. but also by composites like 21. even the all 1s numbers 111. Indeed any number with more than two prime factors will have nonprime proper factors: so 111111 = 3 · 7 · 11 · 13 · 37 has nonprime factors like 3 · 7 and 11 · 13 · 37.5. 26 October 2005 (UTC) Yes. In particular. 26 October 2005 (UTC) Hey guys. your already wrong about numbers "that have no otehr digit but "1"" Look at 4pq1injbok's example: 111111 is divisible by the primes 3. 4pq1injbok 13:57. not every (non-trivial) factor of a repunit must be prime. 13. I think this talk page is inappropriate for this type of discussion.

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you might find that it is better received.you're also adding text that (while important to your faith) is not germaine to the topic of the article. The problem is that you're not just adding a reference to there being one God in Islam . 28 September 2006 (UTC) 91 . 28 September 2006 (UTC) As a "guilty" reverter.( t a l k • c o n t r i b s ) . Cheers. Perhaps if you were to only add the first sentence of your text. --Ckatzchatspy 06:56. I wholeheartedly agree with CKatz. Budgiekiller 06:59.

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ThanksThechosenone021 15:07. The former. I don't mind if its removed. standing edit made an even larger assumption and I reduced the size of it.First off. --Ckatzchatspy 18:00. --Ckatzchatspy 05:50. as it is a subjective assessment.the obelisk reference was rather odd. The Obelisk thing is just ridiculous. 8 November 2006 (UTC) 101 . and entirely dependant on which typeface you use. I've removed the "obelisk" text altogether. and shouldn't have been there. your text was speculative. is all i'm saying. Secondly. It was a good call to do something about it. which was why it was removed. 8 November 2006 (UTC) I agree . or stands as you have it now. 8 November 2006 (UTC) I was simply aiming for compromise in the text.

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The story relating to the numbers of angles in each numeral was taught to me in school in the UK back in the early 60s. how far back does it stretch? AncientBrit (talk) 01:13. and if so. do we know for certain that this is a myth. 12 April 2009 (UTC) 159 .

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The side bar on the right does offer representations in glyphs.Tristan Tondino (talk) 01:19.Why? I mean. it can be made to be true. in a sense. Do you have a WP:RS that uses mathematical numbers that way? — Arthur Rubin (talk) 16:38. I'll look around for something. 10 February 2010 (UTC) 215 . 8 February 2010 (UTC) No. but I don't think any mathematician actually uses it that way. I would think this should be in set theory somewhere.

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