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  2. List of Billboard number-one singles - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of songs that have peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and the magazine's national singles charts that preceded it. Introduced in 1958, the Hot 100 is the pre-eminent singles chart in the United States, currently monitoring the most popular singles in terms of popular radio play, single purchases and online streaming

  3. Q (number format) - Wikipedia

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    384 is stored, 256 is inferred because it is a Q8 number. If the Q number's base is to be maintained (n remains constant) the Q number math operations must keep the denominator constant. The following formulas show math operations on the general Q numbers and .

  4. Cardinal numeral - Wikipedia

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    In linguistics, and more precisely in traditional grammar, a cardinal numeral (or cardinal number word) is a part of speech used to count. Examples in English are the words one , two , three , and the compounds three hundred and forty-two and nine hundred and sixty .

  5. List of Billboard number-one country songs of 2021 - Wikipedia

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    The year began with "Big, Big Plans" by Chris Lane returning to number one on the Country Airplay chart, having previously topped the listing in the issue of Billboard dated December 19, 2020, while "I Hope" by Gabby Barrett held the top spot on Hot Country Songs, the song's 22nd week atop the chart.

  6. List of Billboard number-one singles of 1945 - Wikipedia

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    Prior to the introduction of the Hot 100, The Billboard compiled multiple weekly record charts ranking the performance of singles in the United States. In 1945, the magazine published the following four all-genre national singles charts:

  7. Radix - Wikipedia

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    Etymology. Radix is a Latin word for "root".Root can be considered a synonym for base, in the arithmetical sense.. In numeral systems. In the system with radix 13, for example, a string of digits such as 398 denotes the (decimal) number 3 × 13 2 + 9 × 13 1 + 8 × 13 0 = 632.

  8. Pseudorandomness - Wikipedia

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    In many applications, the deterministic process is a computer algorithm called a pseudorandom number generator, which must first be provided with a number called a random seed. Since the same seed will yield the same sequence every time, it is important that the seed be well chosen and kept hidden, especially in security applications, where the ...

  9. List of Billboard Mainstream Rock number-one songs of the ...

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    Songs stayed on the chart for a long time and fewer songs made it on the chart. Ten songs had runs at number one of ten weeks or longer during the 1990s with the longest coming from "Touch, Peel and Stand" by Days of the New at 16 weeks. ("Higher" by Creed spent 17 weeks at the top of the chart but its last couple of weeks ran into the year 2000).