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Translingual
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Etymology
Tenth century “West Arabic” variation of the Nepali form of Hindu-Arabic numerals (compare Devanagari script १ (1), “‘éka’”)), possibly influenced by Roman numeral Ⅰ.
Symbol
1
- The cardinal number one, a single thing or unit.
- A digit in decimal and every other base numbering system, including binary, octal, and hexadecimal.
- 2010
- 00010011_{2}
- 0x1000E001
- (mathematics) the identity element with respect to multiplication in a ring.
- a×1 = a
- (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) bit state corresponding to binary digit 1, or on or true.
- (mathematics) A Boolean or truth value corresponding to true.
- f : B^{k} → B : B = {0, 1}
Derived terms
Derived terms
See also
- Previous digit: 0
- Next digit: 2
- 1 (number) in Wikipedia
English
Pronunciation
Symbol
1 (plural 1s)
- The cardinal number one, a single thing or unit.
- She only counted 1.
- numeral corresponding to the number one.
- Formula 1 racing car
Derived terms
- (ordinal) 1st
Adjective
1 (not comparable)
Positive |
Superlative |
- Of a single thing or unit; of cardinality one.
- A pint weighs 1 pound.
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