Q: What should be applied around numbers to number a list in a paragraph?

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A common number between the products of the successive whole numbers by a certain applied number.

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Actually, a paragraph can have any number of sentences. There is no set number as most students think .

Natural numbers, which were around before the concept of negative numbers

there are 5 sentences in a paragraph. There can be any number of sentences in a paragraph; it really depends. However, the general number is 5-7 sentences.

You add the number of sentences up in each paragraph, then you take the total number of sentences in each paragraph and add them to each other and then you divide by the number of paragraphs and multiple by 100.

Yes; include author, date, and page or paragraph number.

Actually they do not. The Prime Number Thoerem states that, for large numbers, the probability that a randomly number selected number is a prime is 1/ln(N), its natural logarithm. So, around a million, around 1 in 14 numbers is prime, around a billion it falls to 1 in 21 and around a trillion to 1 in 28 (which, since the proportionality is logarithmic, is half as often as around a million).