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Relating to or expressed as a number or numbers.

*‘the lists are in numerical order’**‘The paper is the first to consider the roots of an equation as abstract quantities rather than having numerical values.’**‘In 1940 Wilkinson began war work which involved mathematical and numerical work on ballistics.’**‘It is series such as these that your pocket calculator uses to calculate numerical values.’**‘He distinguished between these structures using numerical invariants based on the Todd polynomials.’**‘He also made contributions to analytic number theory, Diophantine analysis and numerical functions.’**‘He enjoyed numerical calculations and spent many happy hours doing numerical work on his calculating machine.’**‘The numerical charge equality between 3 quarks and an electron cannot be a coincidence.’**‘Fortunately it is possible to write computer programmes which can find numerical solutions to these equations.’**‘An approximate numerical solution was then found by interpolation in trigonometric tables.’**‘To solve this equation Guo used a numerical method similar to Horner's method.’**‘The Incas had developed a method of recording numerical information which did not require writing.’**‘During the hearing of evidence and submissions, attempts were made to put some numerical values to these factors.’**‘He also gave numerical tables which would help gunners find the correct elevation of their guns to give the required range.’**‘And where a theorem may present some problem, he may always look down to the numerical examples for help.’**‘Her work is on numerical General Relativity, supervised by Dr John Stewart.’**‘Thomas Simpson is best remembered for his work on interpolation and numerical methods of integration.’**‘Jacks, queens and kings have no numerical value; they cannot capture or be captured by addition.’**‘I have seen all the numbers on car licence plates, in numerical order.’**‘Does it even make sense to assign a numerical value to something as subjective as wine?’**‘This allowed him to correlate the intervals of the musical scale with simple numerical ratios.’*

Early 17th century from medieval Latin numericus (from Latin numerus ‘a number’) + -al.

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