This is the most basic form and the easiest
Provides a little more. Most of students from India use this.
It allows them to count up to 30 using finger partitions:
Perfected by Koreans, this technique is called Chisenbop and allows to count up to 99.
Put your hands on the table, palms down with thumbs towards each other.
The fingers on the right hand represent the units, with the thumb representing number 5.
The fingers on the left hand represent the tens, with the thumb representing number 50.
Here are some of the numbers represented in this manner:
An old Chinese method allows us to count up to 100,000 on one hand and up to 10,000,000,000 using two hands, touching the markers as required. Don’t try to count up to 10B. It will take a few life times ..