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As the house numbers are, odd numbers on one side, even numbers on the other side.

Numbers on the motor of trucks and other vehicles are identification numbers for the engine block casting. These numbers identify the batch of production the engine block comes from and can be used in recalls.

Since 1965 to 1971 VIN Numbers where only 13 digits. Here is a site to explain VIN numbers (see related link)

A search for VIN numbers can be done online using Autoinvent. It is also possible to go the local DMV and request a a search for VIN numbers. This may cost several dollars.

The diamond shaped signs on trucks have numbers which identify the chemical contents the truck is carrying.

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Mark Gruner has written: 'Mark Gruner's Numbers of life' -- subject(s): Numerology 'Numbers of life' -- subject(s): Numerology

when writing numbers in any other subject than math, you should spell them out.

Mode is the subject that occurs most. examples:(if you have a set of numbers then its numbers if you have animals its animals)

"Natural Numbers" can mean either "Counting Numbers" {1, 2, 3, ...}, or "Whole Numbers" {0, 1, 2, 3, ...}, depending on the subject.

Math. You can never escape numbers.

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