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Q: You are a prime number you are the sum of the fifth sixth seventh eighth and ninth prime numbers what number are you?

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The first prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, and 19. The first prime number is 2 and the fifth prime number is 11. The product of these two numbers is 2 x 11 = 22.

The fourth prime is 7 and the fifth is 11.

The fifth triangle number, known as T5 is 15.

One way to get a number between two numbers - specifically, the number that is exactly in the middle between both - is to take the average of the two numbers. Just add the two numbers, and divide the result by 2.

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Ordinal Numbers are numbers that show a rank. It shows what place an object, person, thing has ranked among its other constituents. Here are the 1 to 100 ordinal numbers. First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh Twelth Thirteenth Fourteenth Fifteenth Sixteenth Seventeenth,Eightteenth Nineteenth Twentieth Twenty-First Twenty-Second Twenty-Third Twenty-Fourth, Twenty-Fifth Twenty Sixth Twenty Seventh Twenty Eight Twenty Ninth Thirtieth Thirty-First Thirty-Second Thirty-Third Thirty-Fourth Thirty-Fifth,Thirty-Sixth Thirty-Seventh Thirty-Eighth Thirty-Ninth Fourtieth Fourty-First Fourty-Second Fourty-Third Fourty-Fourth Fourty-Fifth Fourty-Sixth Fourty-Seventh Fourty-Eighth Fourty-Ninth Fiftieth Fifty-First Fifty-Second Fifty-Third Fifty-Fourth Fifty-Fifth Fifty-Sixth Fifty-Seventh Fifty-Eighth Fifty-Ninth Sixtieth Sixty-First Sixty-Second Sixty-Third Sixty-Fourth Sixty-Fifth Sixty-Sixth Sixty-Seventh Sixty-Eighth Sixty-Ninth Seventieth Seventy-First Seventy-Second Seventy-Third Seventy-Fourth Seventy-Fifth Seventy-Sixth Seventy-Seventh Seventy-Eighth Seventy-Ninth Eightieth Eighty-First Eighty-Second Eighty-Third Eighty-Fourth Eighty-Fifth Eigthy-Sixth Eigthy-Seventh Eighty-Eighth Eighty-Ninth Nintieth Ninety-First Ninety-Second Ninety-Third Ninety-Fourth Ninety-Fifth Ninety-Sixth Ninety-Seventh Ninety-Eighth Ninety-Ninth and One Hundredth After the number 1,2, and 3 you basically put a "th" at the end of the numbers 4-9. At the 0 numbers 20-90 you put a "tieth"

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The ordinal numbers in English, followed by their French language equivalents: First: premier / premiÃ¨re Second: deuxiÃ¨me (or second) Third: troixiÃ¨me Fourth: quatriÃ¨me Fifth: cinquiÃ¨me Sixth: sixiÃ¨me Seventh: septiÃ¨me Eighth: huitiÃ¨me Ninth: neuviÃ¨me Tenth: dixiÃ¨me Of note is the fact that, from one-fifth and beyond, the fractional numbers (such as one fifth) are identical to the corresponding ordinal numbers (such as fifth). Therefore, one-fifth is translated as "un cinquiÃ¨me".

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Yeah, you can't use numbers unless you have open chat. But I've heard some people saying numbers this way, "One, to, (or too), tree, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth."

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First, Second, Fourth, Third, Eighth, Seventh, Sixth, Fifth, Ninth, Tenth, etc, etc...

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