'Five' is cardinal, 'fifth' is ordinal.
'Fifth' is the ordinal number of the cardinal number 5.
7 is cardinal. '7th' is the ordinal form of 7.
The number 5 is cardinal. The ordinal form would be 5th
50 is a cardinal number. The ordinal form of 50 is 50th or fiftieth.
13 is a cardinal number, not an ordinal number.
It's an ordinal.
The ordinal number corresponding to the cardinal number thirty is thirtieth.
Fourteen is a cardinal number. Its equivalent ordinal number is fourteenth. Its equivalent Roman numeral is XIV.
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The ordinal number for the cardinal number 47 is written forty-seventh.
sixth is an ordinal number already. six is the related cardinal number.
The cardinal number is 9
No, it is cardinal.
The corresponding ordinal number for the cardinal number ninety-nine is ninety-ninths.
'Fifth' is the ordinal word form for 5, which is a cardinal number.
Yes - cardinal numbers are the counting numbers. This is as distinct from ordinal numbers - the corresponding ordinal number for 66 is sixty-sixth.
Third (or 3rd) is the ordinal form of three.
It is the ordinal number associated with the cardinal 3.
A cardinal number, such as ten, or an ordinal number, such as first.
116 is already a cardinal number - perhaps you are looking for the ordinal number, which is one hundred and sixteenth.
Fifth is Ordinal (tellls the "order" something is in..i.e.first, second, etc.)
Ordinal. The way to remember it is that it pertains to things in order in a series.
Expressed in words, the corresponding ordinal number for the cardinal number 127 is one hundred and twenty-seventh.