arabic numerals


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arabic numerals

[′ar·ə·bik ′nüm·rəlz]
(mathematics)
The numerals 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Also known as Hindu-Arabic numerals.
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The other in chic black, with orange Arabic numerals and super luminova-coated hands - ideal for legibility in the dark - and attached to the wrist with a black strap with orange stitching.
Figures should be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals followed by the title (e.g., Figure 2: Pictorial representation of stages and themes).
They are numbered by Arabic numerals in round brackets and aligned right.
Apart from its larger diametre (34 mm), the 2016 Boheme Date Automatic is very similar to its older sister: the bezel of the steel watch is set with 72 Top Wesselton diamonds, the blued leaf-shaped hour and minute hands sweep over elegant Arabic numerals, and the centre of the white silvered dial is occupied by a sunray guilloche motif.
In fact, the two panels, seen side by side from a distance, revealed the date 1976 in Arabic numerals. This is the year of Mao Tse-tung's death and the end of the Cultural Revolution.
They must be numbered with Arabic numerals and listed separately.
There above the entrance to the monastery was the pigeon house with Arabic numerals painted beside its entrance, a comfortingly stable feature when these days everything around us seems to be in flux.
Identify references in text, tables, and legends by Arabic numerals in parentheses.
He offers a wealth of historical depth in several chapters devoted to Arabic numerals. He traces in detail the evolution of symbols in algebraic equations and the various attempts to find convenient representations of roots and powers.
Only Latin letters and Arabic numerals are allowed for use.
One striking example of this, discussed by Colyvan, is the shift from the Roman numerals to the Arabic numerals. Colyvan contends that the Arabic numerals suggest a range of number theoretic results that are not suggested by the Roman numerals.
The 24 Arabic numerals that circle the Grand Feu enamel dial trace each moment of the day in two separate locations.