Q: When does a counting end?

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55 counting the weekends. Not counting the weekend is 40.

(Every counting number) plus (a zero tacked on to the end of it) is one of them.

If you include The New Testament and count from the end of the Bible, the answer is Haggai. If you count from the end of The Old Testament, the book is Judges.

The years 0 to the end of 999 are the 'first century'. Counting up from there, 1350 is in the '14th Century'.

The king was in the counting house counting all his money.

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The counting numbers are the whole numbers that start at 1 and end at infinity. Although zero is considered a whole number, it is not a counting number.

It would never end there are an infinite amount of numbers.

If you were counting it would take until infinity because numbers never end, So when you were counting you would never stop counting

55 counting the weekends. Not counting the weekend is 40.

Because you can never stop counting.

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12 years counting from when puberty started.

There are 35 in between - not counting the end years.

Infinity is the idea of something that has no end. When you start counting, there is always another number that is higher than the one before, so counting never ends. If there is no reason something should end, then it is infinite. That's why numbers are infinite.

To have "no end" of something means to have a great deal of it, as if it were so much that one could never finish counting or measuring it.

It will end the same way as all years. People counting 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 and then singing auld lang syne when 2013 starts!

The Mayans didn't calculate the end of the earth would be 2012, they just stopped counting.