# What is a series of numbers

### Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Hyphenation:
Numbers | row | he, Plural: Numbers | rows
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈT͡saːlənˌʁaɪ̯ə]
Word meaning / definition:
1) mathematics a series of numbers that is structured according to a uniform mathematical criterion
Origin of the term:
Determinative compound from nouns number and line as well as the joint element -en
Synonyms:
1) Sum sequence, infinite series
Subordinate terms:
1) Dirichlet series, Euler's series, Fourier series, Laurent series, power series, prefix sum, Taylor series
Application examples:
1) Check this out Series of numbers!
Cases:
Nominative: singular Series of numbers; Plural rows of numbers
Genitive: singular Series of numbers; Plural rows of numbers
Dative: singular Series of numbers; Plural rows of numbers
Accusative: singular Series of numbers; Plural rows of numbers

#### Translations

• Swedish: 1) valley series (Utrum)

### Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

A Series of numbers of the statistical office on unemployment in Berlin provides different results. But who is right? A consideration.
tagesspiegel.de, July 02, 2019

The evaluation of the game statistics is becoming more and more important on the tennis tour. A just published by the ATP Series of numbers shows, for example, where the professionals should best serve.
Spox, December 18, 2018

The Series of numbers consists of values ​​between 0 and 36. On the green number field in front of the wheel, players can place their bets by betting on numbers between 0 and 36.
Appgamers, May 28, 2019

We discussed one aspect with those interested, namely the following Series of numbers In addition to the pros and cons of our trades in the last few weeks and why it apparently worked so well for us at WDI.
Feingold Research, April 8, 2019

'Who would you like to thank?' Be careful, it can pop here! In the card game '6 takes' the name says it all: Each player discards one of his ten cards per round and then becomes the Series of numbers after created.
Brigitte.de, December 21, 2018

However, the reality is different: A large number of users assign the same password everywhere on the Internet, usually just a simple one Series of numbers is.
stern.de, December 18, 2019

With the help of these study books, children should, for example, learn the alphabet or the Series of numbers learn more easily. The founders were able to convince Ralf Dümmel (53) and bag the deal with the entrepreneur.
Promiflash, September 8th, 2020

Since the Series of numbers is very long, the facts are significant: With good stocks (from stable companies) you can defy crises and a higher rate of inflation.
Financial Trends, April 07, 2020

2004, 2006, 2009, 2013, 2016 - this one Series of numbers only makes sense to the Sehnder. These are the years in which a mountain festival was celebrated and now the year 2021 is added.
AltkreisBlitz.de, July 15, 2020

For over a week, the Federal Council has been calling for people to stay within their own four walls whenever possible. The traffic jams on Zurich streets are actually decreasing. But others rows of numbers leave doubts.
NZZ, March 24, 2020

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### Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "number series":

number: ... Words: numbers, counting (→ counter), number memory, number combination, number name, number series, number sense, number system, counting (innumerable), number sign translations ...

...:… Tables, Section 10.6: “Information is due later”, as a value replacing character) or even a series of numbers. Use see examples: Examples of use: without spaces - ...

Average: Mathematics: Numerical value that lies in the middle between the minimum and maximum of a series of numbers Synonyms: 1) Average, mean Subordinate terms: 1) Arithmetic mean, geometric mean, harmonic mean Application examples: 1) The mean of the numbers 1, 2 and 3 is 2

rows of numbers:… IPA: [ˈʦaːlənˌʀaɪ̯ən] Grammatical features: nominative plural of the noun series of numbers genitive plural of the noun series of numbers dative plural of the noun…

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