## Mongolian numerals |

East Asian |
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Alphabetic |

Former |

**Mongolian numerals** are numerals developed from ^{[1]}^{[2]}^{:28} They are still used on

The main sources of reference for Mongolian numerals are mathematical and philosophical works of Janj khutugtu A.Rolbiidorj (1717-1766) and D.Injinaash (1704-1788). Rolbiidorj exercises with numerals of up to 10^{66}, the last number which he called “setgeshgui” or “unimaginable” referring to the concept of ^{59}. Of these two scholars, the Rolbiidorj’s numerals, their names and sequencing are commonly accepted and used today, for example, in the calculations and documents pertaining to the Mongolian Government budget.

- base numbers
- extended numbers
- references

Numbers from 1 to 9 are referred to as "dan", meaning "simple".

Mongolian numerals | ||
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0 | ᠐ | ༠ |

1 | ᠑ | ༡ |

2 | ᠒ | ༢ |

3 | ᠓ | ༣ |

4 | ᠔ | ༤ |

5 | ᠕ | ༥ |

6 | ᠖ | ༦ |

7 | ᠗ | ༧ |

8 | ᠘ | ༨ |

9 | ᠙ | ༩ |