# Where did the Arabic number system come from?

## Where did the Arabic number system come from?

They originated in India in the 6th or 7th century and were introduced to Europe through the writings of Middle Eastern mathematicians, especially al-Khwarizmi and al-Kindi, about the 12th century.

**Did the Muslims create the number system?**

Al-Khwarizmi’s treatise introduced the Muslim world to the decimal number system,” explains Al-Khalili. “Others, such as Leonardo da Pisa, helped transmit it across Europe.” Fibonacci’s transformative influence on modern maths was thus a legacy owed in great part to Al-Khwarizmi.

### Who created the Arabic number system?

were invented in India by the Hindus. Because the Arabs transmitted this system to the West after the Hindu numerical system found its way to Persia, the numeral system became known as Arabic numerals, though Arabs call the numerals they use “Indian numerals”, أرقام هندية, arqam hindiyyah.

**When did the West adopt Arabic numerals?**

The first Arabic numerals in the West appeared in the Codex Albeldensis in Spain. A German manuscript page teaching use of Arabic numerals (Talhoffer Thott, 1459). At this time, knowledge of the numerals was still widely seen as esoteric, and Talhoffer presents them with the Hebrew alphabet and astrology.

#### Who is father of number system?

Aryabhata

Indians codified the arithmetic with zero. They are the first to use a notation reminiscent of our modern Arabic numerals. so, we can conclude that Aryabhata is the father of the number system because he developed the place-value notation in the 5th century.

**Do Chinese use Arabic numerals?**

While China has for many uses adopted the Arabic numeral system familiar around the world, it also still uses its native Chinese character number system. The Chinese system is also a base-10 system, but has important differences in the way the numbers are represented.

## How do you say 9 in Arabic?

Move on to the words for numbers 6 through 10. Seven is sab’a (sehb-uh-ah) (سبعة). Note that this sounds somewhat similar to the English word “seven.” Eight is tamaniya (theh-mah-nee-yuh) (ثمانية). Nine is tis’a (tihs-anh) (تسعة).

**Are numbers different in Chinese?**

The Chinese numeration system has characters that correspond to the numbers zero to nine. Unlike the number system we are used to, the Chinese system also has special characters to represent ten, a hundred, a thousand, ten thousand, as well as other multiples of ten. The character for ten is needed.

### What is the number 9 in Arabic?

Numbers 1-10( أ رقام١٠-١)

Arabic Numeral | Transcription | English Numeral |
---|---|---|

٧ | sab3a | 7 |

٨ | thamaaniya | 8 |

٩ | tis3a | 9 |

١٠ | 3ashara | 10 |

**How do you say one in Arabic?**

Start with the words for numbers 1 through 5.

- One is wahid (waah-heet) (واحد).
- Two is itnan (ihth-naan) (إثنان).
- Three is talata (theh-lah-theh) (ثلاثة).
- Four is arba’a (ahr-uh-bah-ah) (أربع).
- Five is hamsa (hahm-sah) (خمسة). Note that the h has a guttural pronunciation.

#### How do you say 8 in Arabic?

Move on to the words for numbers 6 through 10.

- Six is sitta (siht-tah) (ستة).
- Seven is sab’a (sehb-uh-ah) (سبعة). Note that this sounds somewhat similar to the English word “seven.”
- Eight is tamaniya (theh-mah-nee-yuh) (ثمانية).
- Nine is tis’a (tihs-anh) (تسعة).
- Ten is ashra (ahsh-ahr-rah) (عشرة).