The decimal number system uses 10 different symbols to represent a number. The 10 different symbols are 0 to 9. It is a base 10 system unlike binary which is base 2 ( 0 and 1).
Egyptian writing was called hiroglyphs. It first had 700 symbols then rose to 6,000 symbols.
There were 700 symbols and rose to 6,000 symbols.
Ancient Egyptians did not have the concept of decimals; they did not even have the concept of zero.
Egyptian symbols were being deciphered by many people by studying the Rosetta Stone. Thomas Young and other scholars worked to decipher the symbols. Jean Francois Champollion is credited as the first person to read Egyptian symbols by studying the works of Young and the Rosetta Stone.
There are 16 symbols.
There are only about 700 different symbols that were commonly used, but the total number of symbols used is unknown.
Ancient Egyptian used a set of 24 symbols called "unilaterals" that represented consonants, but it also used thousands of other symbols for whole words.
11 symbols. 4 arch like symbols, and 7 tally marks arranged like this llll lll
There was only one Egyptian hieroglyphic alphabet: The set of symbols representing single consonants can be thought of as a rudimentary alphabet.
Ancient Egyptians had many symbols. Did you mean their system of writing? That's called hieroglyphics. Did you mean the cross with a loop in the top? That's called an ankh.