Our own number system0-9 is based on the system?
The number system that we use today is based on the Hindu-Arabic numeral system.
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The 0 through 9 systems are synthesis and borrowing of twonumerical systems. The Hindu-Arabic system allowed for the placingof zero to signify an empty number.
1. Well, the number 10 is the base of the base 10 number system. The number 12 is the base of the base 12 number system. 2. I don't think the above expresses the answer qui…te accurately. The base ten numbering system (which is what we use in everyday life, because we have ten fingers, and which is called the decimal system) is restricted to ten integers (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9). The integers of a base "twelve" numbering system could be represented by these ten integers plus two more, which we could call A and B (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B) So in a base "twelve" system the number we write as "12" in the decimal system would be written as "10", "23" would be written as "1B". The easiest way to understand this is to write the base ten numbers in a row and the equivalent base twelve numbers in a row immediately below. Base sixteen numbers (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, F) (hexadecimal) are commonly used in computing applications. - 3. Base of number system define how many digits it uses in that number system. As illustrated below Binary numbers as the name suggest uses only two digits which are 0 and 1. combination of 0's and 1's are used for representing other numbers. this system is used to communicate with machine so machine understandable language is known as machine language. Similarly in Octal number system 8(octal) digits starting from 0 thru 7 like wise decimal(=10) system 0 thru 9 hexadecimal(=16) 0 thru 9 and A thru F to constitute 16 digits. -
That system is called the Arabic System. It was invented by the Hindus, adopted by the Persians, and passed to the Arabs.
The number system that uses a base of 10 and the valid numbers are0 to 9 is the decimal system.
it is from Arabic
The Hindu-Arabic numeral system which replaced the Roman numeral system.
The decimal system.
No. For any base, n, you use the digits 0 to (n-1) for all numbers within that system. If, as in the case of the hexadecimal system (base 16), 0-9 are not sufficient to take y…ou to n-1, you "borrow" some letters of the alphabet. In this case A ,B, C, D, E and F.
Indo Arabic Number System or Decimal Number System
The base of our number system is 10. However there are mathematical methods of converting bases to 2 , 5 ...e.t.c.
It depends on what system and what number. For example, if it was14, it would be 14 in base ten, 1100 in binary (or base 2), E inhex (base 16) and 16 in octo (base 8) P.S: I'…m a 11 year old kid!