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To vigesimal fractions. Examples of the Maya notation are given in the figure above. However this may be, it is clear that with a positional notation closely resembling our own of today, the Maya could out-calculate the Egyptians, the Babylonians, the Greeks, and all Europeans up to the Renaissance. The Chinese, who had also discovered the digit zero and the positional notation utilizing it, had found the value of 11 to 8 significant figures a thousand years before any European. The Maya value might have been close to that order.