Q: What two tribes still use the Mayan numeral system?

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Chinese numeral characters, which are part of the written Chinese language, are still in use. Arabic numerals are also widely used in China.

Basically, yes. They were the main system of numbers used by the Romans. There were minority numeral systems in Rome, of which is still unknown.

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the Mayan people and culture still exist! go to yucatan peninsula of Mexico and Guatemala for example.

The largest mystery about Mayan civilization is how it disappeared. There are many theories surrounding it, but the most credible points to ecological collapse.

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We still use Roman numerals to a certain extent today but the Roman numeral system was replaced by the Hindu-Arabic numeral system because it contained a zero symbol thus making arithmetical operations a lot easier whereas the Roman numeral system has no zero symbol and mathematical operations were much more difficult.

The Roman numeral system is still being used today because it is the numerical aspect of the Latin language which is still being used today.

there is no roman numeral for itAnother answer: The Romans had no numeral to represent zero because there was no need for a zero in their system. We have 9 numbers plus the zero symbol. We add a zero on to the end of a number to convert it to tens and two zeros to convert it to hundreds and so on. The Romans simply had different symbols for tens and hundreds. For example we would write 1, 10, 20, 40, 50, 100 and 200 but the same numbers as Roman numerals would be I, X, XX, XL, L, C and CC, done quite simply with no need for a zero. In the middle ages monks, who still used Roman numerals and wrote in Latin, began to used the symbol N to represent zero (from the Latin Nullae meaning nothing).

There are no Yupik tribes, it's villages that have their own system.

We still use Roman numerals to a certain extent today but the Roman numeral system was replaced by the Hindu-Arabic numeral system because it contained a zero symbol thus making arithmetical operations a lot easier whereas the Roman numeral system has no zero symbol and mathematical operations were much more difficult.

We still use Roman numerals to a certain extent today but the Roman numeral system was replaced by the Hindu-Arabic numeral system because it contained a zero symbol thus making arithmetical operations a lot easier whereas the Roman numeral system has no zero symbol and mathematical operations were much more difficult.

The Roman numeral system was actually created by the Etruscans who once ruled the Romans. The real rules governing the original Roman numeral system were changed during the Middle Ages and are still used as we know today.

We still use the Roman numeral system today because it is the numerical aspect of the Latin language which is still spoken today

Yes and it is now used world wide in the form of the Hindu-Arabic numeral system

The Roman numeral system is used in the Latin language which is still spoken today in the Vatican

We still use the ancient Roman numeral system today because it forms the numerical aspect of the ancient Latin language which is still spoken today.

The Mayan calendar system is primarily used in countries in Central America, including Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, and parts of Mexico. These countries are where the ancient Mayan civilization once thrived, and their descendants still follow the calendar for cultural and religious purposes.