The importance of these finds, as far as learning about the ancient Chinese numbers system, was that many of the inscriptions contained numerical information about men lost in battle, prisoners taken in battle, the number of sacrifices made, the number of animals killed on hunts, the number of days or months, etc. The number system which was used to express this numerical information was based on the decimal system and was both additive and multiplicative in nature.

Number |
Name |
Chinese Number |

1) 30 = 三十

2)45 = 四十五

3) 135 = 百三十五

4) 184 = 百八十四

5) 578 = 五百七十八

6) 1126 = 一千一百二十六

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