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Karl Menninger believes that, in such computations, they must have dispensed with the enciphered numerals and written down just sequences of digits to represent the numbers.

Using the system, numbers up to a billion could be expressed using short phrases, e. The system did not catch on because it produced quite unpronounceable phrases, but it might have driven home the principle of positional number system (called dasa-gunottara, exponents of 10) to later mathematicians.825), and Al-Kindi's four volume work On the Use of the Indian Numerals (ca. During the Gupta period (early 4th century to the late 6th century), the Gupta numerals developed from the Brahmi numerals and were spread over large areas by the Gupta empire as they conquered territory.During the Vedic period (1500–500 BCE), motivated by geometric construction of the fire altars and astronomy, the use of a numerical system and of basic mathematical operations developed in northern India.The Buddhist philosopher Vasubandhu in the 1st century says "when [the same] clay counting-piece is in the place of units, it is denoted as one, when in hundreds, one hundred." A commentary on Patanjali's Yoga Sutras from the 5th century reads, "Just as a line in the hundreds place [means] a hundred, in the tens place ten, and one in the ones place, so one and the same woman is called mother, daughter and sister." A system called bhūta-sankhya ("object numbers" or "concrete numbers") was employed for representing numerals in Sanskrit verses, by using a concept representing a digit to stand for the digit itself.The Jain text entitled the Lokavibhaga, dated 458 CE, In 628 CE, astronomer-mathematician Brahmagupta wrote his seminal text Brahma Sphuta Siddhanta which contained the first mathematical treatment of zero.Throughout the 8th and 9th centuries, both the old Brahmi numerals and the new decimal numerals were used, sometimes appearing in the same inscriptions.

In some documents, a transition is seen to occur around 866 CE."I will omit all discussion of the science of the Indians, ..., of their subtle discoveries in astronomy, discoveries that are more ingenious than those of the Greeks and the Babylonians, and of their valuable methods of calculation which surpass description.

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This provided a new perspective on the shunya-bindu as a numeral and paved the way for the eventual evolution of a zero digit.

The dot continued to be used for at least 100 years afterwards, and transmitted to Southeast Asia and Arabia.

Its glyphs are descended from the Indian Brahmi numerals.