Would you then have an [face=spionic]a[/face]
above the [face=spionic]M[/face]
(short for [face=spionic]mu/rioi[/face]
, I suppose) to multiply by one and a [face=spionic]g[/face]
to multiply it by three et cetera?
Difficult to represent on a computer though.
I read that ,[face=spionic]a[/face]
is 1000 - perhaps ,[face=spionic]k[/face]
is 20000 then.
If that is correct, another way around the 20307 is
It's my student number by the way
I guess the main differences between the Roman and Greek systems are that the Greeks only add
and that they have more letters: in fact a letter for each of our numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 and multipla thereof by 10, 100 and 1000.