## How Arabic numbers are written?

Hindu-Arabic numerals, set of 10 symbols—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0—that represent numbers in the decimal number system. They originated in India in the 6th or 7th century and were introduced to Europe through the writings of Middle Eastern mathematicians, especially al-Khwarizmi and al-Kindi, about the 12th century.

## How do you write 8 in Arabic?

The Arabic digits are written left to right, opposite from the rest of the script….2. Cardinal Numbers Zero to Ten.

Number | Eastern Arabic Numeral | Pronunciation |
---|---|---|

Six | ٦ | سِتّة (sittah) |

Seven | ٧ | سَبعة (sabʿah) |

Eight | ٨ | ثَمانية (ṯamāniyah) |

Nine | ٩ | تِسعة (tisʿah) |

**How do you write 100 in Arabic numbers?**

Hundreds are formed by stating the multiplier digit before the word for hundred, except for one hundred itself: mi’a (مِئَةٌ) [100], ithnan mi’a (مِائَتَانِ) [200], thalatha mi’a (ثَلَاثَةَ مِئَةَ) [300], arba’a mi’a (أَرْبَعَةَ مِئَةَ) [400], khamsa mi’a (خَمْسَةَ مِئَةَ) [500], sitta mi’a (سِتَّةَ مِئَةَ) [600], sab’ …

**What is the Arabic of 50?**

Arabic numbers

Numeral | Cardinal |
---|---|

40 (٤٠) | (arba’un) أربعون |

50 (٥٠) | (ḫamsun) خمسون |

60 (٦٠) | (sittun) ستون |

70 (٧٠) | (sab’un) سبعون |

### How do you write the number 18 in Arabic?

Note: numerals in Arabic are written from left to right, while letters are written from right to left. If any of the numbers are links, you can hear a recording by clicking on them….Arabic numbers.

Numeral | Cardinal | Ordinal |
---|---|---|

18 (١٨) | ثمانية عشر (ṯamāniya ‘ashar) | m – (alṯamn ‘ashar) الثامنَ عَشَرَ f – (alṯamnt ‘ashar) الثامنةَ عَشْرةَ |

### How do you write 40 in Arabic numbers?

Below are the numbers in Arabic for the tens….Rules for number 20 to 99.

Cardinal Number | Nominative | Arabic symbols |
---|---|---|

40 | أَرْبَعُونَ | ٤٠ |

50 | خَمْسُونَ | ٥٠ |

60 | سِتُّونَ | ٦٠ |

70 | سَبْعونَ | ٧٠ |

**How do I convert word to Arabic?**

Select or change the display language

- Open an Office program file, such as a Word document.
- On the File tab, choose Options > Language.
- In the Set the Office Language Preferences dialog box, in the Editing Language list, choose the Arabic dialect you want, and then choose Add.