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Q: What is the difference between Hindu- Arabic numerals and roman numerals?

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Babylonian numerals have a base of 60 while the Hindu-Arabic numerals have a base of 10

1 is similar betweeen Roman and Hindu arabic numerals

the Hindu between Arabic numerals and Roman numeral is present in.the hundu is found in Arabic numerals.

The Roman numerals of XXVIII are the equivalent of 28 in Hindu-Arabic numerals

Hindu Arabic is the number we use like 1,2,3,4........ Roman numbers are the numbers Romans were using like I,II,III,IV,V.........Improved Answer:The main difference between Hindu-Arabic numerals and Roman numerals is the absence of a nought figure in the Roman numeral system.

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The difference between roman - numerals and hindu - arabic numerals is that the roman - numerals doesn't have zero 0

The difference between roman - numerals and hindu - arabic numerals is that the roman - numerals doesn't have zero 0

Babylonian numerals have a base of 60 while the Hindu-Arabic numerals have a base of 10

1 is similar betweeen Roman and Hindu arabic numerals

the Hindu between Arabic numerals and Roman numeral is present in.the hundu is found in Arabic numerals.

Hindu Arabic numerals are the ones we use. 39 is already in Hindu-Arabic numerals.

The Roman numerals LXVII=67 in Hindu Arabic numerals.

Hindu-Arabic numerals are: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 Roman numerals are: I, V, X, L, C, D, and M

Hindu-Arabic numerals are: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 Roman numerals are: I, V, X, L, C, D, and M

The Roman numerals of XX are the equivalent of 20 in Hindu-Arabic numerals

The Roman numerals of DCCC are the equivalent of 800 in Hindu-Arabic numerals

The Roman numerals of CCX are the equivalent of 210 in Hindu-Arabic numerals.

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