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Origin Of Numbers
Origin Of Numbers
Origin Of Numbers
Origin Of Numbers
Origin Of Numbers
Origin Of Numbers
Origin Of Numbers
Origin Of Numbers
Origin Of Numbers
Origin Of Numbers
Origin Of Numbers
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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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  • i did not know about that
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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!

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