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The world's most punctual decimal increase table was produced using bamboo slips, dating from 305 BC, amid the Warring States period

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This article means to be an open presentation. For the numerical definition, see Decimal representation.

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The decimal numeral framework (likewise called base ten or every so often denary) has ten as its base. It is the numerical base most broadly utilized by advanced civilizations.[1][2]

Decimal documentation regularly alludes to a base-10 positional documentation, for example, the Hindu-Arabic numeral framework; then again, it can additionally be utilized all the more for the most part to allude to non-positional frameworks, for example, Roman or Chinese numerals which are likewise focused around forces of ten.

Decimals likewise allude to decimal parts, either independently or rather than foul portions. In this connection, a decimal is a tenth part, and decimals turn into an arrangement of settled tenths. There was a documentation being used like 'tenth-meter', significance the tenth decimal of the meter, at present an Angstrom. The difference here is in the middle of decimals and revolting divisions, and decimal divisions and different divisions of measures, in the same way as the inch. It is conceivable to take after a decimal extension with a revolting division; this is finished with the late divisions of the troy ounce, which has three spots of decimals, emulated by a trinary place.

Substance [hide]

1 Decimal documentation

1.1 Decimal divisions

1.2 Other objective numbers

1.3 Real numbers

1.4 Non-uniqueness of decimal representation

2 Decimal reckoning

3 History

3.1 History of decimal divisions

3.2 Natural dialects

3.3 Other bases

4 See likewise

5 References

6 External connec

For different utilization, see Decimal (disambiguation).

The world's most punctual decimal increase table was produced using bamboo slips, dating from 305 BC, amid the Warring States period

This article needs extra references for confirmation. It would be ideal if you help enhance this article by adding references to dependable sources. Unsourced material may be tested and evacuated. (January 2011)

This article means to be an open presentation. For the numerical definition, see Decimal representation.

Numeral frameworks

by society

Hindu–arabic beginnings

Indian Bengali Tamil Telugu

Eastern Arabic Western Arabic

Burmese Khmer Lao Mongolian

Sinhala Thai

East Asian

Chinese Suzhou Japanese Korean Vietnamese

Tallying poles

Alphabetic

Abjad Armenian Āryabhaṭa Cyrillic

Ge'ez Georgian Greek Hebrew Roman

Previous

Aegean Attic Babylonian Brahmi

Egyptian Etruscan Inuit Kharosthi

Mayan Quipu

Ancient

Positional frameworks by base

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 20 24 26 27 32 36 60

Non-standard positional frameworks

Arrangement of numeral frameworks

v t e

The decimal numeral framework (likewise called base ten or every so often denary) has ten as its base. It is the numerical base most broadly utilized by advanced civilizations.[1][2]

Decimal documentation regularly alludes to a base-10 positional documentation, for example, the Hindu-Arabic numeral framework; then again, it can additionally be utilized all the more for the most part to allude to non-positional frameworks, for example, Roman or Chinese numerals which are likewise focused around forces of ten.

Decimals likewise allude to decimal parts, either independently or rather than foul portions. In this connection, a decimal is a tenth part, and decimals turn into an arrangement of settled tenths. There was a documentation being used like 'tenth-meter', significance the tenth decimal of the meter, at present an Angstrom. The difference here is in the middle of decimals and revolting divisions, and decimal divisions and different divisions of measures, in the same way as the inch. It is conceivable to take after a decimal extension with a revolting division; this is finished with the late divisions of the troy ounce, which has three spots of decimals, emulated by a trinary place.

Substance [hide]

1 Decimal documentation

1.1 Decimal divisions

1.2 Other objective numbers

1.3 Real numbers

1.4 Non-uniqueness of decimal representation

2 Decimal reckoning

3 History

3.1 History of decimal divisions

3.2 Natural dialects

3.3 Other bases

4 See likewise

5 References

6 External connec