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The dozenal digits are: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 π›˜ Ɛ.

The dozenal numbers are made with combining those digits.

Transdecimal digits[]

Dek and El are the transdecimal digits.

They were orringinally when the Dozenalism started, they were debicted as: π›˜ Ɛ

They are sometimes currently depicted like this: β†Š ↋

Numbers 10-ƐƐ[]

The number 10 is called "one doh".

20 is "two doh"

21 is "two doh one"

22 is "two doh two" and so on.

Let's count by one doh up to 90.

one doh

two doh

three doh

four doh

five doh

six doh

seven doh

eight doh

nine doh

Let's count past 90 up to EE

90-9E will be easy:

nine doh

nine doh one

nine doh two

nine doh three

nine doh four

nine doh five

nine doh six

nine doh seven

nine doh eight

nine doh nine

nine doh dek

nine doh el


What is one more than 9Ɛ?

is dek doh and you will probably guess

is dek doh one,

is dek doh two and so on.

- el doh

- el doh one

- el doh two

- el doh three

- el doh four

- el doh five

- el doh six

- el doh seven

- el doh eight

- el doh nine

- el doh dek

- el doh el

Counting past ƐƐ[]

100 is one gro.

To represent dozens use the term "doh", and to represent grosses use the term "gro".

Examples:

is one gro six doh el

is two gro three doh dek

is three gro two doh el

is four gro eight

is five gro nine doh one

is six gro el doh dek

is seven gro

is eight gro three doh

is nine gro dek doh five

is dek gro dek doh one

is el gro dek doh el

is el gro el doh el

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