A big mistake in the Arabic numbering

eemaree shared this problem 10 months ago
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  1. 67195a3794139aee7d96d534f40fa812
  2. 53af5d8db52b3d427a448af41cbde91d
  3. Please quickly solve the problem in the Arabic language numbers on the number line, and this is the fifth time to present the problem without a solution
  4. thanks for all friends in GeoGebra group

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What about the minus sign? Is this right?/4HeRIT5cMNwkcAAAAASUVORK5CYII=

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no these numbers are also wrong: 4, 6, 14, 16

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How's this?

/GY1CHcgq08Uh5Vh+AFewaP0qHuAclasKpDPCZ1CLdgk3OqWYtuwZaO8eBRpTAtyS+FLTXCfcS9eAaPezr8f6mcdoi7IAA7AAAAAElFTkSuQmCC

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much better. however, it is often difficult on a computer screen (especially a small one) to tell 2s from 3s in MSA Arabic. my personal preference would be to render a "2" in cursive representational form (aka know sometimes as Farsi or Hindi script). It is a basically a rounded 3 (the way "3", or thalata) is represented in MSA. See attached for how that looks.

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and for decimals?/qg85VuVu50C08jR0HjvWw2l3E+xj7oc3OcUB903vBANf4HZ+BHJuPdOacAAAAASUVORK5CYII=

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this is correct. interestingly, tho arabic words are read rtl, arabic numerals are read ltr

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Please try the new version (v654) and report any problems here https://www.reddit.com/r/geogebra/

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