I would like to know if you say: Too much numbers or so many numbers. Is numbers a countable or uncountable noun? and why?
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In 5 days, 2 people have together completed 8 tasks.
In the sentence above, there are exactly three numbers. You can count them. So, numbers are countable.
Therefor, "too much numbers" is wrong, and "so many numbers" is correct.
An example of something uncountable is sand. You can have too much sand in your shoes/in the playground/wherever, but you cannot count the amount of sand (although you can weigh it).
too much numbers" is INCORRECT.