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View in context"Only, for God's sake, Princess dear, have them sent away and don't go out to them. Could there be a better method. HHow would you count to 10 on your fingers. Do you start with the thumb or the index finger. Left hand or right.

Dactylonomy (counting on your hands) seems like such a simple and natural thing to do that you might assume it's nearly the same everywhere. After all, it's no coincidence that we have 10 digits on our hands and the most common number systems have 10 digits. This way of counting (called a base 10 system) probably arose because we have 10 fingers. If we had evolved with 8 or 12 fingers, our number system might be quite different.

But it turns out that people around the world have vastly different techniques for keeping track of numbers on their hands. For example, if you're from the UK or many parts of Europe, you probably start counting with the thumb, and finish with the pinky. While in the US, they start counting with Altoprev (Lovastatin Extended-Release Tablets)- Multum index finger, ending with the thumb.

In parts of the Middle East like Iran, they Altoprev (Lovastatin Extended-Release Tablets)- Multum with Altoprev (Lovastatin Extended-Release Tablets)- Multum pinky, whereas in Japan Altoprev (Lovastatin Extended-Release Tablets)- Multum start with the fingers extended in roche diagnostics open palm, drawing them in to make a closed fist.

However this cultural diversity in finger counting hasn't always been appreciated. One reason for casting doubt on that is that there is so much cultural diversity in how fingers or body parts are used for counting. This means each digit can represent four numbers and the whole hand can represent 20.

While in parts of Eastern Africa like Tanzania, among speakers of some Bantu languages, they use both hands in a symmetric way as much as possible. The number six, for example, is shown with the index, middle and ring finger Altoprev (Lovastatin Extended-Release Tablets)- Multum both hands. There's also the indigenous Northern Pame people of Mexico, who count on their knuckles, and the (now extinct) Yuki language in California, which used the spaces in between the fingers.

You can see examples of these ways of finger counting, and a way of counting to 1,000 on two hands in this BBC Reel video below. Altoprev (Lovastatin Extended-Release Tablets)- Multum China, they count from one to five in the same way as the US, but six to 10 are represented symbolically.

Six is shown by extending the thumb and pinky, while 10 is either a closed fist or crossing the index and middle fingers. And the ancient Romans also used a clever (but difficult to master) symbolic system that allowed them to count into the thousands. Bender says that finger counting can be richly varied and researchers may have barely scratched the surface of the multitudes of ways different cultures do it. Her group is about to start on a much bigger survey to try to document finger counting around the world in much more detail.

Cognitive scientists like Bender are beginning to show that there is still much to discover about the relationship between gesture and language learning. For example, gestures can change how we hear words. But we don't know whether the gesture informs the choice of word or vice versa. How do children who grow up with different representations for numbers learn counting.

Even though counting on your hands feels as easy as one-two-three, in reality it's not so simple. If you liked this story, sign up for the weekly bbc. A Altoprev (Lovastatin Extended-Release Tablets)- Multum selection of stories from BBC Altoprev (Lovastatin Extended-Release Tablets)- Multum, Culture, Worklife, and Travel, delivered to your inbox every Friday.

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