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Bengali numeration is a numbering system used in the Bengali language, mainly in Bangladesh and India. It is a positional decimal system, similar to the Arabic numeral system used in the West.

To write numbers in Bengali, replace the Arabic numerals (0-9) with Bengali numerals:

Digit | Digit in Bengali | Writing in Bengali |
---|---|---|

0 | ০ | শূন্য |

1 | ১ | একই |

2 | ২ | দুই |

3 | ৩ | তিন |

4 | ৪ | চার |

5 | ৫ | পাঁচ |

6 | ৬ | ছয় |

7 | ৭ | সাত |

8 | ৮ | আট |

9 | ৯ | নয় |

__Example:__ The number 427 is written `৪২৭` in Bengali.

To write decimal numbers in Bengali, use the decimal point `.` as decimal separator (comma).

To write negative numbers in Bengali, use the minus prefix `-`.

To convert a number written in Bengali, replace the Bengali symbols with their corresponding digit and read the number normally.

__Example:__ The number `১৭৩` corresponds to `173`

To recognize Bengali numerals, identify the specific symbols used to represent each numeral.

The number `৪` (which is `4`) is very similar to the number `8` in Arabic numeration.

The number `৭` (which is `7`) is very similar to the number `9` in Arabic numeration.

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