Welcome to our Math lesson on Babylonian Numerals, this is the second lesson of our suite of math lessons covering the topic of Numbering Systems, a Historical View, you can find links to the other lessons within this tutorial and access additional Math learning resources below this lesson.
Babylonia was another famous ancient civilization that used their own numerals. They used the following symbols to represent numbers:
Numbers smaller than 100 were written by combining the above symbols as in the Egyptian system. Larger numbers instead were written as product of numbers smaller than 100 with a space between the factors. For example,
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