# Numbers

## From zero to nine

 ka 0 zero, no wa 1 one, a du 2 two, pair san 3 three fo 4 four pen 5 five xon 6 six ci 7 seven ba 8 eight nai 9 nine

## From ten to nineteen

Numbers with two or more digits are built by simply indicating the digits one after the other:

 waka one-no ten wawa one-one eleven wadu one-two twelve, dozen wasan one-three thirteen wafo one-four fourteen wapen one-five fifteen waxon one-six sixteen waci one-seven seventeen waba one-eight eighteen wanai one-nine nineteen

Other examples:

 dusan two-three twenty-three fopenxon four-five-six four hundred and fifty-six naibacixon nine-eight-seven-six nine thousand four hundred and seventy-six

## International Nonlen number words

There are some more number words in International Nonlen, to make things even faster.

 des 10 ten sent 100 hundred mil 1,000 thousand milion 1,000,000 million bilion 10E9 bilion trilion 10E12 trillion

## Some mathematics

Here are some calculations in Nonlen:

 lunhe maths-and plus, + lunmin maths-small minus, - lunfe maths-frequent multiplied by, * lunpi maths-part divided by, / ga equal equal, = pun point point, . lunke maths-which bracket, (, ) lunkekai maths-which-start open bracket, ( lunkefin maths-which-end close bracket, ) gau high exponent, to the ... nagau opposite-high (square) root lunpisent / lunpiwakaka maths-part-hundred / maths-part-one-no-no percent

Examples:

(3+5) / (6-2) = 2
open bracket three plus five close bracket divided by open bracket six minus two close bracket equals two
maths-which-start three and five maths-which-end maths-part maths-which-start six small two maths-which-end equal two
lunkekai san he pen lunkefin lunpi lunkekai xon min du lunkefin ga du

four squared
four high two
fo gau du

3.14
three point fourteen
three point one-four
san pun wafo

-5
minus five
maths-small five
lunmin pen

68%
sixty-eight percent
six-eight maths-part-hundred
xonban lunpisent