basic pu-words: ala, wan, tu, luka

__________________ nanpa ala_ -- it is "0"

__________________ nanpa wan -- it is "1"

__________________ nanpa tu__ -- it is "2"

__________________ nanpa luka -- it is "5"

two digits-numbers demand word "nanpa" before every digital word of tp:

__________________ nanpa wan nanpa tu -- it is "12"

__________________ nanpa luka nanpa ala -- it is "50"

any length-numbers:

nanpa luka nanpa ala nanpa wan nanpa tu -- "5012"

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also we need others digits and tp can do it. To make "3" we should put "2" left from "5" as in "roman digit style"... "3" is "tu luka". The same way we make:

"4" -- "wan luka"... (it means that from "5" minus "1")

"6" -- "luka wan"... (it means that to "5" add "1")

"7" -- "luka tu"..... (it means that to "5" add "2)

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digits "8" and "9" can be done in "roman style" too:

"8" -- "luka tu luka"... (it means 5+3 or more justly 5+ ((-2) + 5))

"9" -- "luka tu luka"... (it means 5+4 or more justly 5+ ((-1) + 5))

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So, from now tp-community may use tp in real mathematics: phone numbers, time & date, prices...

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For example:

__________________nanpa wan nanpa luka wan luka -- "19"

__________________nanpa luka wan luka nanpa luka tu luka nanpa luka tu -- "987"