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except no one writes like that. :(

The number of right angles in the shape of the numbers is equal to the number

Actually, that was how it was supposed to look. When the ancient Phonecians made this number system, that was how the design was made, by counting the angles.

HOW THE FUCK DO YOU WRITE A "0"

It took me like five minutes to work out what it said :L

7, Z, Sideways Mountains??

I LEARNED THIS IN KINDERGARTEN

Number 4 actually has 6 angles.

no one writes NINES like that :

I got 45

10 = 5 then? and 11 = 2?

This site was made for us to see everyday things in a completely new perspective;that being said, where the **** do you see natural #'s that look like that every day!

7 is wrong

it is possible to do a 0 because it has no right angles

We use the Arabic number system and that's how they wrote the number depending on how many angles it had Ex. 9 has 9 angles and 3 has 3 angles

i remember in 5th grade my teacher said something like this.... i never got it till now

I write my sevens like that :)

I don't get it...

This is stupid. 6 and 9 should have the same angles, they're the same sign upside down.

Thats bullshit cause 6 is 9 upside down they just dont count the 9 things

This is so lame.

how the fuck do you do negatives.

7 is a little bit contrived don't you think?

Yeah cause you know i cant the number of right angles in numbers you fvcking idiot.

Learned this in 1st grade, basic start for adding numbers.

YOU F*CKING SUCK

I'm too lazy to even try reading that... I've wasted enough time typing this message and solving captcha... Ugh thanks obama...

I have a life..

Do the math? I dont get it either...

And 0 is a circle right?

some kinda nazi reference?

0 was not a known concept till much later and therefore doesnt apply.

someone explain this...

but the numbe 0 has 4 right angles??

They didn't have zeroes when people used to write like that.

The one looks more like a seven than the seven does.

This is how they used to teach stupid kids to count when I was in elementary school.

4 is actually 6, and 0 is 4... Just sayin'.

Try 10

a "0" would be "I". :)

Thats how I remembered it.

maybe if you write your numbers like a little child....

notice there's no zero, which was a concept originating with the Mayans (I think...)

Lets see 10 genius...

To the guy who said that four is six, they're counting the 90 degree angles dipshit.

not how people write and 9 has an extra nub just to make it fit the rule

Except for the fact Ive never seen anyone draw a 1 or 2 like that. Pretty legit though...

You gotta love the poor face of the 2

"4 is actually 6, and 0 is 4... Just sayin'." Nope,you only count the 90 degree angles.

you guys know that 0 wasn't a concept when this was invented, right?

people dont know this? that's how the digits in the decimal system were created. each digit has the same number of angles that that digit represents. thats how they used to be drawn but nowadays we just draw it like 123456789.

Who the hell writes a 7 like that.

Ten would be 1 set of 10. It's still base 10, so 10 is 1 right angle and 0 right angles. Base 10 is confusing, but notice how after 9, we go back to 0, and add a 1 to the 10s place? Well, you have 1 right angle in the 10s and 0 in the ones.

Might want to do a recount on 4 there.
except no one writes like that. :(