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For some information about the origins of the Roman system of numerals see related links.

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It wasn't found, it was invented.

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i have now ideaImproved Answer:-It contains a zero figure thus facilitating the ease and speed of calculating numbers.

The Hebrew numeration system is base 10.

[[VI]]Improved Answer:-6,000,000 = ((DC)) in Roman numerals because it means 10*1000*600

Base 2 system (Binary)Base 3 systemThere are too many numeration systems to name.

The Etruscans did and they once ruled the Romans but the Romans continued to use the Etruscan system of numeracy after they rebelled and gained their freedom from the Etruscans.

decimal system

Try to multiply cxxix by dccclxvii! (That's 129 x 867)

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Babilonian, Mayan, Roman, and Egypcian

There is a difference in the numeration system of Hindu Arabic compared to other societies numeration system. The Hindu Arabic system uses symbols to represent the numbers that are lower than ten, while other societies use numbers instead of symbols.

There are 9000 4-digit numbers in hindu-arabic numeration system

615384 in international system of numeration is written as : six hundred fifteen thousand three hundred eighty four.

The Decimal System

is the decimal system.

A nought symbol because it's not needed in the Roman numeral system because the place value of Roman numerals are self evident. But a nought symbol is essential in the Hindu-Arabic numeral system for positional place value purposes.

According to international system of numeration, a number is split up into groups. In this system. The first comma placed is after hundreds and then comma is placed after every three digits.

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Arabic numerals

100034 insert commas suitably and write write the number names in internationalsyestem of numeration answer

A bijective numeration is a numeral system which uses digits to establish a bijection between finite strings and the positive integers.