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Here you will find all kinds of numbers in the world. They belong to different peoples and countries. Mankind spent about 3000 years on their creation. The numbers differ from each other in some factors: 1) some numbers are alphabetic, 2) some are hieroglyphs, some are created using special characters. Also, their difference is determined by the types of the calculus system. In this case, they are either positional or non-positional. At the same time, their differences were influenced by time, different thinking, worldview, etc. However, it is very pleasant to realize that, despite all this, humanity has created such a diverse assortment of numbers. Get to know each of them and learn about the thousand-year history of human history.
Numbers are specially created or dedicated characters. Each symbol is assigned a quantitative value. Numbers can be compared to the letters of the alphabet, which were specially created to convey information in writing. Like numbers, they were created to convey quantities in writing. Another similarity to the alphabet is that words are written with letters and numbers with numbers.
Modern numerals are a modified form of Indo Arabic numerals. The symbols have undergone 1500 years of evolution, and in this form we have them today. Modern numerals are also known as "European numerals". Fortunately, both Arabic and Indian numerals have been preserved in the form in which they were created. You have the opportunity to see how they look visually.
It is almost impossible to live in our world without these amazing symbols. With their help, all the amazing inventions were created: a mobile phone, a computer, a spaceship, etc. If not for the numbers, people would not be able to create such amazing buildings as pyramids and skyscrapers.
|Braille numbers||Louis Braille|
|Kayah Lee numbers||Asia|
|Morse code numbers||Samuel Morse|
|New Tai Lue numbers||Asia|
|Ol Chiki numbers||India|
|Tai Laing numbers||Asia|
|Tai Tham Hora numbers||Asia|
|Tai Tham Tham numbers||Asia|
|Warang Citi numbers||India|
Learning numbers is essential for a child's cognitive development. With the help of numbers and counting, they develop the ability to think logically, which is necessary for healthy productive thinking.
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