LANGUAGES WITHOUT WORDS FOR ARITHMETIC SETS
Cultures without numbers, or with only one or two precise numbers, include the Munduruku and Pirahã groups in the Amazonia region, as are others such as groups in Nicaragua, who at times omit number systems.
Observing commmunities globally, in the lives of anumeric peoples, despite the fact that there are benefoits to an anumeric system, the monitoring of amounts, levels, and other types of quanity may prove to be problematic, and the keeping track of necessary information can become obfuscatory.
The observation of this and other facts can expose several hypotheses, such as the fact that the lack of a numerical system in a community may impede the extent to which the group distinguishes quantitatively.
The very fact that the numerical system is not applicable to every single language globally, despite the functionlity of every single language, suggests that a numerical system is not required inorder to secure the functionalism of a language.