Arabic numbers are the most common global numbers currently. Moreover, the first to discover them were Arab scientists, and also one of the most important Arab Muslim scholars is Muhammad Ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi, the founder of algebra, as well as the discoverer of zero and the Arabic numbers. Therefore, in this article, we will tell you about how the Arabic numerals originated which Arabic numerals are original and which ones are Hindi.

## The history of the Arabic numbers

The beginning of the emergence of Arabic numerals is with the flourishing period of Islam in the Abbasid era, during the Islamic conquests and victories, where the country of India was invaded, cultures mixed, and scholars exchanged information and discoveries. In addition to the emergence of many Arab scientists in mathematics, such as:

### Mohamed bin Musa Al-Khawarizmi

Al-Khawarizmi was one of the most famous Arab and also Muslim scholars who contributed to the science of mathematics. In addition, he laid the foundations of algebra on which modern science depends throughout the world. In addition, he was the first to discover yellow and its importance in arithmetic and mathematics.

## Abu Yusuf Yaqoub bin Ishaq Al-Kindi

Al-Kindi is one of the most famous Arab and Muslim scholars who contributed in many fields such as astronomy and science, besides mathematics. In addition, he contributed to geometry and trigonometry with many theories that scientists rely on in the modern era. In addition, he authored several books on multiplication and time calculation.

## Arabic original numbers

Did you know that the numbers you think are English is not English and are of Arabic origin? Yes, the following numbers are the origin of the Arabic numbers such as:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,11 ,12 ,13 ,14 ,15 ,16 ,17, 18 ,19 ,20 ,30 ,40 , 50 ,60 , 70 ,80 ,90 ,100, 200 ,300 ,400 ,500 ,600 ,700 ,800 ,900 ,1000

## Hindu Arabic numbers

With the progress and the exchange of cultures between the Arab countries, the countries of Asia, and also Europe, the Arabs used Indian numbers. In addition to that Al-Khwarizmi mentioned this in his book “Addition and Differentiation by the Account of India”, and Al-Kindi also wrote, “Using Indian Numbers”. Hindi Arabic Numerbers such as:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000.

## Arabic numbers

Learning the numbers is easy as it is mostly similar from one country to another. They are such as:

### Arabic numbers from 1 to 10

1 in the Arabic language is 1

2 in the Arabic language is 2

3 in the Arabic language is 3

4 in the Arabic language is 4

5 in the Arabic language is 5

6 in the Arabic language is 6

7 in the Arabic numbers is 7

8 in the Arabic language is 8

9 in the Arabic language is 9

10 in the Arabic language is 10

## Arabic numbers from 1 to 20

We have just mentioned from 1 to 10 and now we will mention from 11 to 20 such as:

11 in the Arabic language is 11

12 in the Arabic language is 12

13 in the Arabic language is 13

14 in the Arabic language is 14

15 in the Arabic language is 15

16 in the Arabic language is 16

17 in the Arabic language is 17

18 in the Arabic language is 18

19 in the Arabic language is 19

20 in the Arabic language is 20

## Arabic numbers 1 to 100

We have just mentioned numbers from 1 to 20. Now we will mention numbers from 20 to 100 such as:

1 in the Arabic language is 1

10 in the Arabic language is 10

20 in the Arabic language is 20

30 in the Arabic language is 30

40 in the Arabic language is 40

50 in the Arabic language is 50

60 in the Arabic language is 60

70 in the Arabic language is 70

80 in the Arabic language is 80

90 in the Arabic language is 90

100 in the Arabic language is 100

### Arabic numbers 1 to 1000

100 in the Arabic language is 100

200 in the Arabic language is 200

300 in the Arabic language is 300

400 in the Arabic language is 400

500 in the Arabic language is 500

600 in the Arabic language is 600

700 in the Arabic language is 700

800 in the Arabic language is 800

900 in the Arabic language is 900

1000 in the Arabic language is 1000

2021 in Arabic numbers is 2021

2022 in Arabic numbers is 2022

## Arabic to roman numbers

Roman numbers were very famous before the beginning of using the other ones. So, the following table will help you recognize these numbers such as the following:

Arabic | Roman |

1 | I |

2 | II |

3 | III |

4 | IV |

5 | V |

6 | VI |

7 | VII |

8 | VIII |

9 | IX |

10 | X |

11 | XI |

12 | XII |

13 | XIII |

14 | XIV |

15 | XV |

16 | XVI |

17 | XVII |

18 | XVIII |

19 | XIX |

20 | XX |

30 | XXX |

40 | XL |

50 | L |

60 | LX |

70 | LXX |

80 | LXXXX |

90 | XC |

100 | C |

200 | CC |

300 | CCC |

400 | CD |

500 | D |

600 | DC |

700 | DCC |

800 | DCCC |

900 | CM |

1000 | M |

## Arabic numbers pronunciation

If you want to get in touch with Arab people using their Arabic number, so this is the best solution. In addition, we have made the following table for the Arabic numbers in words. Thus, it will be easy to stay for you to pronounce the Arabic number’s name in the Arabic Alphabet. These pronunciations such as:

Arabic numbers | English numbers | Arabic numbers pronunciation |

1 | 1 | Wahid |

2 | 2 | Ethnaan |

3 | 3 | Thalaatha |

4 | 4 | Arba’a |

5 | 5 | Khamsa |

6 | 6 | Sitta |

7 | 7 | Sab’aa |

8 | 8 | Thamaniya |

9 | 9 | Tis’aa |

10 | 10 | A’ashara |

11 | 11 | Ahda A’shar |

12 | 12 | Ethnaa A’ashar |

13 | 13 | Thalaathata A’ashar |

14 | 14 | Arba’ata A’ashar |

15 | 15 | Khamsata A’ashar |

16 | 16 | Sittata A’asher |

17 | 17 | Sab’aata A’asher |

18 | 18 | Thamaniyata A’ashar |

19 | 19 | Tis’aata A’ashar |

20 | 20 | A’ishroon |

30 | 30 | Thalathoon |

40 | 40 | Arbo’on |

50 | 50 | Khamsoon |

60 | 60 | Sitoon |

70 | 70 | Sab’oon |

80 | 80 | Thamanoon |

90 | 90 | Tis’oon |

100 | 100 | meaa |

200 | 200 | Meaatan |

300 | 300 | Thathomeaa |

400 | 400 | Arba’tmeaa |

500 | 500 | Khamsaameaa |

600 | 600 | Sitameaa |

700 | 700 | Sab’ameaa |

800 | 800 | Thamanimeaa |

900 | 900 | Tis’ameaa |

1000 | 1000 | Alf |

In conclusion, Arab people and also scientists have proved their intelligence. And also it shows efficiency in mathematics since the most ancient scientist are Arab scientists who discovered the Arabic numbers.