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Q: What is positional number?

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Roman number system is an example of non positional number system

Their are two types of number systems. 1. Non positional number systems 2. Positional number systems.

In the non positional number system, the value of the number does not depend upon the position of "digits" used to represent the number. Unlike the positional number system, in non positional system every number, as a whole, is represented as a combination of certain specific symbols. Therefore, according to me, there is no such a notion of "digits" in the non positional system. The classic example of non positional number system is the Roman number system in which the numbers are represented by certain specific symbols: I for 1 II for 2 X for 10 XX for 20 etc.

A Non-Positional Number System is a system that uses symbols to depict a number. And these symbols have their own place value.

Their are two types of number systems. 1. Non positional number systems 2. Positional number systems.

I think you meant positional number system or Positional Notation. In computer science when we talk about positional notation where talking about the binary(base 2) and hexadecimal(base 16) system. So for the most part a positional number system is a counting system. We for example use a base 10 counting system.

It is its positional place value

A positional notation numeral system in which each position is related to the next by a constant multiplier of that numeral system. For each position that the number is in, in that system has a relative symbol or meaning, and in a way relates to the number directly next to it. The total value of a positional number is the total of the resultant values of all positions. In a non-positional number system, each number in each position does not have to be positional itself. Every system varies by country and it depends on symbols and values set by the people of that country. For example, the Egyptians use Hieroglyphics, and the Greeks use a numeral system.

It is based on positional decimals I have learned

Roman numerals is one such.

Its positional place value is 60,000 = sixty thousand

It carries a positional value of 40000

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