A numeral system is a writing system for expressing numbers. The same sequence of symbols may represent different numbers in different numeral systems. For example, "11" represents the number eleven in the decimal numeral system, the number three in the binary numeral system, the number two in the unary numeral system; the number the numeral represents is called its value. Ideally, a numeral system will: Represent a useful set of numbers Give every number represented a unique representation Reflect the algebraic and arithmetic structure of the numbers. For example, the usual decimal representation of whole numbers gives every nonzero whole number a unique representation as a finite sequence of digits, beginning with a non-zero digit. However, when decimal representation is used for the rational or real numbers, such numbers, in general, have an infinite number of representations, for example 2.31 can be written as 2.310, 2.3100000, 2.309999999... etc. all of which have the same meaning except for some scientific and other contexts where greater precision is implied by a larger number of figures shown.
Numeral systems are sometimes called number systems, but that name is ambiguous, as it could refer to different systems of numbers, such as the system of real numbers, the system of complex numbers, the system of p-adic numbers, etc. Such systems are, not the topic of this article; the most used system of numerals is the Hindu–Arabic numeral system. Two Indian mathematicians are credited with developing it. Aryabhata of Kusumapura developed the place-value notation in the 5th century and a century Brahmagupta introduced the symbol for zero; the numeral system and the zero concept, developed by the Hindus in India spread to other surrounding regions like Arabia due to their commercial and military activities with India. The Hindu-Arabic numeral system spread to Europe along with many other science knowledge and due to merchants trading and using a stable simple numeral system; the Western world modified them and called them the Arabic numerals, as they learned them from the Arabs. Hence the current western numeral system is the modified version of the Hindu numeral system developed in India.
It exhibits a great similarity to the Sanskrit–Devanagari notation, still used in India and neighbouring Nepal. The simplest numeral system is the unary numeral system, in which every natural number is represented by a corresponding number of symbols. If the symbol / is chosen, for example the number seven would be represented by ///////. Tally marks represent one such system still in common use; the unary system is only useful for small numbers, although it plays an important role in theoretical computer science. Elias gamma coding, used in data compression, expresses arbitrary-sized numbers by using unary to indicate the length of a binary numeral; the unary notation can be abbreviated by introducing different symbols for certain new values. These values are powers of 10; this is called sign-value notation. The ancient Egyptian numeral system was of this type, the Roman numeral system was a modification of this idea. More useful still are systems; this system is used when writing other East Asian numerals based on Chinese.
The number system of the English language is of this type, as are those of other spoken languages, regardless of what written systems they have adopted. However, many languages use mixtures of bases, other features, for instance 79 in French is soixante dix-neuf and in Welsh is pedwar ar bymtheg a thrigain or pedwar ugain namyn un. In English, one could say "four score less one", as in the famous Gettysburg Address representing "87 years ago" as "four score and seven years ago". More elegant is a positional system known as place-value notation. Again working in base 10, ten different digits 0... 9 are used and the position of a digit is used to signify the power of ten that the digit is to be multiplied with, as in 304 = 3×100 + 0×10 + 4×1 or more 3×102 + 0×101 + 4×100. Zero, not needed in the other systems, is of crucial importance here, in order to be able to "skip" a power; the Hindu–Arabic numeral system, which originated in India and is now used throughout the world, is a positional base 10 system.
Arithmetic is much easier in positional systems than in the earlier additive ones. The positional decimal system is presently universally used in human writing; the base 1000 is used, by grouping the digits and considering a sequence of three decimal digits as a single digit. This is the meaning of the common notation 1,000,234,567 used for large numbers. In computers, the main numeral systems are based on the positional system in base 2, with two bi
Tangalan National High School or TNHS is a public secondary school in Tangalan, Philippines. Known as Tangalan Community High School it was changed into a national high school on June 10, 1983 via National Law No. 441. The school participates in the municipal meets; the winners proceed to the Cluster Meets and to the Provincial Meet. The school has sent student-athletes to the regional meet the Western Visayas Athletic Association Meet; this is the annual athletic event for the whole Western Visayas. The school becomes part of the delegation of the province of Aklan; the school participates in the Palarong Pambansa, the athletic event for the whole country. The student-athletes of the school who have qualified in the regional meet becomes part of the delegates of Western Visayas; the school have won bronze in the Palarong Pambansa in the javelin throw event courtesy of Jerremay Rubias. Most Rev. Jose Corazon T. Talaoc, D. D. - former Bishop of Romblon. Jerremay Rubias - Javelin throw Gold Medalist, Bronze Medalist.
Duyung is a Malaysian fantasy comedy film, released on 6 March 2008. The film is directed by A. Razak Mohaideen and produced by KRU Films in association with Grand Brilliance Sdn Bhd and Line Clear Motion Pictures, it stars Saiful Apek as a kind-hearted man. Tells a young man named Jimmy who has a habit since childhood where he likes to keep the environment clean. Jimmy had a strange attitude that all villagers did not like the odd attitude. Jimmy loves being friends with Orix's "big foot" species; as a man who has feelings, Jimmy puts his mind on Aspalela's son to Tok Mudim village, as well as Aspalela. One day, Jimmy went to Tok Mudim's house to host Aspalela but opposed to Tok Mudim's macro Jimmy to have his own land if he wanted to marry his son. Jimmy with a bizarre idea and waste, he can make his own land but it is strange to him every time he wakes up all the trees become big and the land becomes wide, it may have been Aspalela. But after Jimmy had his own land Wak Pagek did not accept it and was humiliated and humiliated.
The most successful young man in the corps was a great way to get married to Aspalela. The cord hates Jimmy for always stopping him from catching fish. Jimmy's jugging cord cut Jimmy and married a mermaid alone and fought so much that some of it was crashing. Jimmy repaired the island so much that the mermaids were caught in the rope. Jimmy and mermaids are good friends so Jimmy becomes a rich man from the gold award rather than a mermaid. Kordi feels bent and tries to investigate and he can catch a mermaid; the story is set on the east coast of Sabah. Jimmy is a young man, he refuses to do any work other than caring for the environment, which makes him an outcast and laughing stock among the villagers. His only friend is Orix. Jimmy wants to marry his childhood sweetheart, who returns his feelings, he asks Aspalela's father, Wan Pagek, for Aspalela's hand in marriage, but Wan Pagek declares that he has to have land of his own before he can marry her. Jimmy builds a floating island out of discarded rubbish.
This amuses another man who wants to marry Aspalela. One night, Jimmy is woken up by a mermaid named Puteri, she explains that she has been watching Jimmy for some time, to show her appreciation for Jimmy's efforts in cleaning the village, she has been helping fortify his floating island. Jimmy boasts to the entire village that he has met a mermaid, but when Puteri refuses to surface when called, Jimmy is declared a crazy liar and disowned by his father; when Puteri returns to visit Jimmy, she reminds him that their friendship is supposed to be a secret. She takes him to her home in an underwater cave, filled with pirate's treasure. Puteri explains that she is lonely, has developed feelings for Jimmy. However, Jimmy explains that he is in love with Aspalela, but he cannot marry her because he has no money. Puteri offers to give her treasure to him. After Jimmy returns to his floating island, he wakes up the next morning and finds that Puteri has left two boxes of treasure for him. Jimmy gains the favour of all the villagers and Aspalela's father.
Kordi goes to his island, where he captures Puteri. He charges the villagers money to see her. Jimmy's father realises that his son isn't crazy. Jimmy, Aspalela, Jimmy's parents and Aspalela's parents work together to free Puteri. After getting away from Kordi, Puteri wishes Jimmy happiness with Aspalela, swims off into the ocean. In an epilogue set three years Jimmy and Aspalela are married, Kordi is working for them, the village is prosperous, the villagers work for Jimmy in monitoring the environment. Jimmy explains in voice-over that he has not seen Puteri since their goodbye and doesn't expect to see her again. Puteri is shown secretly visiting the village with a merman by her side. Track list: Aspalela - Saiful Apek Hampir Ke Situ - Mendua Kenapa Singgah Kalau Tak Masuk - Flava Bila Terasa Rindu - Dafi Datanglah Kekasih - Pianka Teramat Sangat - Aznil Haji Nawawi Jikalau Aku - Ezlynn Masih Mencari - X Factor Gadis Misteri - Indigo Yahoo - All Casts of Duyung Duyung is the first Malaysian filming underground filming.
Nearly 40 percent of the seasons involve the rest still do not run out of the sea. Shooting takes 25 days in Sabah. Maya Karin did all the rounds in the sea without the help of multiple stunt techniques; the publishing company, Grand Brilliance Sdn Bhd targets a collection of RM10 million with a screening of 59 theaters across Malaysia, the largest number in the history of Malay movie. However, other filmmakers described the target as impossible as Saiful Apek's comedic habits and CGI's not so attractive; the movie sponsor, DiGi, spent RM1.5 million for promotional purposes. Various contests for free Duyung tickets are held. 1 minute trailers in Malay and English are distributed alongside 30 and 10 promotional clips while in Malay and English have been aired on television Despite being screened during the election day, fearing to dump the visit to the cinema, during the first week of the show, Duyung filed RM2.7 million, ranked second on the weekly best-selling movie charts in Malaysian cinemas that week, only trailing 10,000 B.
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