Count: v. to add numerically the subsets of a set(s) usually until a total and/or complete calculation is made of samer subsets

Many times we start counting the subsets or members of a set and never reach a total because the total count is too great. However, most times what we are counting has a realistic finite limit or total which we can count and it is a representative number of all the subsets or members of a set.

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