Chemistry uses a slightly different set of prefixes

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Unformatted text preview: omitted. Chemistry uses a slightly different set of prefixes, two of which come from latin:: nona = 9 undeca = 11 And the rest of which are pretty much made up:: http://c 2.c om/c gi/wiki? Nume r ic a lPr e f ixe s 1/2 1/29/2014 Nume r ic a l Pr e f ixe s henicosa = 21 docosa...nonacosa = 22...29 hentriaconta...nonatriaconta = 31...39 kilia = 1000 dilia...nonalia = 2000...9000 And, finally, for large numbers these prefixes are used: bi = 2 tri = 3 quadra = 4 quinta = 5 sexta = 6 septa = 7 octo = 8 nona = 9 deca = 10 undeca = 11 dodeca = 12 tredeca = 13 quattuordeca = 14 quinquedeca = 15 sexdeca = 16 septendeca = 17 octodeca = 18 novemdeca = 19 viginti = 20 unvigi...
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