# Number Forms

The Number Forms Unicode block is a range of code points in the Unicode standard that represents a variety of number forms. Number forms are characters that are used to represent numbers in different ways, such as in Roman numerals or in fractions. The Number Forms Unicode block includes a wide range of characters that are used to represent numbers in different ways, such as the Roman numerals, the vulgar fractions, and the circled numbers. It also includes a number of other characters, such as the slashed zero and the superscript and subscript numerals, that are used to represent numbers in specialized formats. The Number Forms Unicode block is part of the Unicode standard, which is a standardized character encoding system that allows computers to store and display text in a wide variety of scripts and languages.

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U+2150

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U+2151

⅒

U+2152

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U+2153

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U+2154

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U+2155

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U+2156

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U+2157

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U+2158

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U+2159

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U+215A

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U+215B

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U+215C

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U+215D

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U+215E

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U+215F

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U+2160

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U+2161

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U+2162

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U+2163

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U+2164

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U+2165

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U+2166

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U+2167

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U+2168

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U+2169

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U+216A

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U+216B

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U+216C

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U+216D

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U+216E

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U+216F

ⅰ

U+2170

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U+2171

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U+2172

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U+2173

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U+2174

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U+2175

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U+2176

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U+2177

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U+2178

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U+2179

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U+217A

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U+217B

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U+217C

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U+217D

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U+217E

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U+217F

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U+2180

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U+2181

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U+2182

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U+2183

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U+2184

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U+2185

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U+2186

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U+2187

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U+2188

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U+2189