the first through the thirtfirst
The ordinal numbers in Spanish are:primerosegundotercerocuartoquintosextoseptimooctavonovenodecimo
Ordinal numbers represent placement. First, second, third and so on.
Normally ordinal numbers refer to positive positions. Cardinal numbers are negative, zero or positive.
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.
14th or fourteenth.
Ordinal numbers are defined as the way that numbers are ordered in a set of numbers. For example: 1; 2; 3. Examples can be found at the Maths Can Be Fun website.
Ordinal numbers suggest order such as first, second, third etc. Cardinal numbers are counting numbers. One, two, three, etc.
Ordinal numbers are adjectives that tell the order of nouns in a series. The ordinal number for 4th is call cuarto and the ordinal number for 16th is decimosexto.
Ordinal numbers are those which describe order, namely first (1st), second (2nd), third (3rd), fourth (4th), etc.