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# Origin Of Numbers

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Incase you kids ask you. .

Incase you kids ask you. .

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• Nice slide,but i have a question if they tell 1 because it has 0ne angle k logic is there.. it will be a straight line,other than that we can't draw a shape,so one angle so is called 1,offcourse we can draw the same in horizontal and different manners , but anyway it looks similar. But when u take 2 ,3,4 etc we can draw it in more than 3 different manner.then y should they draw the number 2,3,4 etc in the manner which the slide shows ... can anyone pls tell that .. I dont think this one is the real answer for question that why 4,5 etc should look like this and y should we pronounce it as 4.can anyone tell this y it is written and pronounce like this pls...

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• A lovely hypothesis well presented.

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• I'm curious. If they are arabic in nature, wouldn't they have been different symbols when created? Thus, not having the 'current' angles? Am I thinking about it too hard?

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• but little bit contracdictory about 1 and 7 about the line accross beneth.

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• 1. 013456… 1 2 4 5 The Numbers
• 2. The numbers we write are made up of algorithms, (1, 2, 3, 4, etc) called arabic algorithms, to distinguish them from the roman algorithms (I; II; III; IV; etc.). 013456… 1 2 4 5
• 3. 013456… 1 2 4 5 The arabs popularise these algorithms, but their origin goes back to the phenecian merchants that used them to count and do their commercial contability.
• 4. 013456… 1 2 4 5 Have you ever asked the question why 1 is “one”, 2 is “two”, 3 is “three”…..?
• 5. 013456… 1 2 4 5 What is the logic that exist in the arabic algorithms?
• 6. 013456… 1 2 4 5 Easy, very easy…! There are angles!
• 7. 013456… 1 2 4 5 Look at these algorithms written in their primitive form and check it up! …
• 8. 013456… 1 2 4 5 1 angle 2 angles 3 angles 4 angles
• 9. 013456… 1 2 4 5 5 angles 6 angles 7 angles 8 angles
• 10. 013456… 1 2 4 5 9 angles
• 11. 013456… 1 2 4 5 And the most interesting and intelligent of all…..
• 12. 013456… 1 2 4 5 Zero angle !
• 13. 013456… 1 2 4 5 It is never late to learn!