A symbol or name that is used to represent a number is called a numeral. A numeric number, which is also referred to more commonly as a numeral. Either by arranging the digits in a place-value system, as in the case of the expression seventy-five, or by writing out the numeral itself, as in the case of seventy-five.
A single symbol that is used to denote a numeral is called a digit. Zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, and nine are the Hindu-Arabic numerals that are utilised the most frequently. A reader will be informed of the exact value being expressed by the arrangement of the digits in a particular order. In the numeral 123.45, for instance, the 1 represents the hundreds place, the 2 represents the tens place, the 3 represents the ones place, the 4 represents the tenths place, and the 5 represents the hundredths place.