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Note: The shape of the "nu" character in Unicode (used for "frequency") does not appear to be distinguished from the English "v". However Unicode will show Greek characters even if an appropriate Greek font is not installed on your computer.
For information on the Greek number representation, see
Cornell University Greek Epigraphy Project.
The Greek number system uses a ´ after the character, e.g. θ´. There are three archaic forms: digamma (ϝ) or stigma (ϛ) for 6, koppa (ϙ) for 90, and sampi (Ϡ) for 900. This makes θ´ = 9, κ´ = 20. and σ´ = 200.
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