I heard it is better to write out numbers less than ten then to represent them using digits. Is this still true if there's a unit of measurement after the number? For example, in a research paper ...
This question was asked and closed last year as general reference. However, it did not attract the caliber of answer I expected it to. I suggested the following content as an edit, but it was rejected ...
Is there a fixed rule that decides whether to read a Roman numeral as a cardinal number or an ordinal number? For Example, WWII, we say World War Two, but Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Elizabeth the ...
All these sound perfectly fine to me: We know much more today than we did in 1976. We know much more today than we did in 1900. But this doesn't feel right: We know much more today than we did ...
There are variation of numbers in writing e.g. 1, first, twice, dozen, $100 etc.. What are their parts of speech? Example in sentences: That number is a "1". (Adjective?) I received my first ...