**Eqyptian Numbers: **

Here are some funny math interesting facts. This will help you to knew about the ancient Egyptian numerals.
Enjoy with the ancient numbers.

The Egyptians had a writing system based on hieroglyphs from around 3000 BC. Hieroglyphs
are represented in pictures. The Egyptians had a bases 10 system of hieroglyphs for numerals.

They have separate symbols for one unit, one ten, one hundred, one thousand, one ten thousand, one hundred
thousand, and one million.

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Symbols | Descripton |

Symbol from 1 - 9 | Single Strokes |

Symbol for 10 | Cattle Hobble or Yoke |

Symbol for 100 | Coil of Rope |

Symbol for 1000 | Water Lily(also called Lotus Flower) |

Symbol for 10000 | Finger |

Symbol for 100000 | Tadpole or Frog |

Symbol for 1000000 | Egyptian Man with both hands raised |

Symbol for indicating Fraction | Mouth(Part) |

Symbol for Plus and Minus | Feet pointed into the direction |

4568 is represented as the below one:

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