What is Hindu Arabic numeral system?
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- eAnswers...Jul 25, 2014
Hindu Arabic numeral system is invented by Indian mathematician between 1st to 4th century, later it was adopted by Persian mathematicians. This system contains 10 different glyph (symbols), which are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. It is considered as the most commonly used numeral system. The zero concept is also introduced by Hindus and adopted by every country. This numeral system is divided into three main families first is "Indian numerals", which is used in India, second is "Eastern Arabic numerals", which is used in Egypt and the Middle East and the third is "West Arabic numerals", which is used in Maghreb and Europe.
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