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arabic numeration

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Numerals in many different writing systems (133 words)
The Urdu numerals are also known as 'East Arab' numerals and differ slightly from those used in Arabic.
The numerals 1, 2, 3, etc. are also known as Arabic numerals, or Hindu-Arabic numerals, Indian numerals, Hindu numerals, European numerals, and Western numerals.
These numerals where first used in India in about 400 BC, were later used in Persia, then were brought to Europe by the Arabs.
Arabic numerals (2212 words)
The Indian numerals discussed in our article Indian numerals form the basis of the European number systems which are now widely used.
The numerals had changed their form somewhat 100 years later when this copy of one of al-Biruni's astronomical texts was made.
The form of the numerals in the west of the Arabic empire look more familiar to those using European numerals today which is not surprising since it is from these numerals that the Indian number system reach Europe.
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