Who discovered counting from 1 to 9 and when? Read here

Do you know who discovered counting from 1 to 9 and when? If not, then definitely read this article till the end.

Who discovered counting from 1 to 9? 

At present, mathematics is used in almost every field. Without mathematics, it is not possible to do any work related to any field. The most commonly used numbers in mathematics are from 1 to 9.

We all know that zero (zero) was discovered by Aryabhata, a scientist of Indian mathematics. After that, the Arab people started to search for the counting ahead of zero and then, by these same people, from 1 to 9 were discovered, i.e., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

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It is believed that counting from 1 to 9 was discovered by the Arabs, inspired by the early discovery of counting in India.

The counting system that is currently being used all over the world is called the Arabic Numerals System. Because the origin of the discovery of counting from 1 to 9 was inspired by India, this system is also known as the Hindu Arabic Numerals System.

English HindiHinglishNumberz
Zeroशून्य (0)Shunya(0)
oneएकEk१ (1)
twoदोDo२ (2)
threeतीनTeen३ (3)
fourचारChar४ (4)
fiveपांच
Panch५ (5)
sixछहCheh६ (6)
sevenसातSaat७ (7)
eightआठAath८ (8)
nineनौNao९ (9)
tenदसDas१० (10)

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