Ahad, 9 Januari 2011

Why 1 is “one” and 2 is “two”?

The numbers we write are made up of algorithms, (1, 2, 3, 4, etc) called arabic algorithms, to distinguish them from roman algorithms (I, II, III, IV, etc)
The Arabs popularize these algorithms, but their origin goes back to the phenecian merchant that used them to count and do their commercial countability.
Have you ever asked why 1 is “one” and 2 is “two”? What is the logic that exist in the arabic algorithms?

The answer is it refers to the number of ANGLES.






So, why '0' is zero? Simple, a circle has no angle so it’s 0.


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6 ulasan:

manna_salwa berkata...

wah~!
betul la..
masyeh tau kongsi info yang interesting ni..

double like~
(^_^)~

-apis- berkata...

thanks salwa :)

maicher berkata...

oh my.
u know what.
my lecturer had just explain about this.
it was such an coincidence that u write about this too.
anyhow, thanks for sharing :)

Anak Pak Muin berkata...

klau 10 lak?

Aida Radzi berkata...

thums up :)

-apis- berkata...

welcome maicher :)
klu 10 kira dgn jari..hehe