>>119730
So 0 means nothing, nada, nil, the opposite of something
1 is the smallest amount comes right after 0,
2 comes after 1 and it's twice the amount of 1, but not twice the amount of 0, because two times 0 is still 0 or double 00 at most if we're talking flour
3 is what happens when you add 2 and 1 together and comes after 2
4 is two times 2, comes after 3
5 is the halfway point in numbers that signify a quantity, comes after 4
6 is 2 times 3 or 3 times 2, or maybe even 1 times 6, or 5 and 1 added together or 2 and 4 added together, whatever you may it comes after 5
7 is the lucky number which comes right after 6 again you can add up the others in many ways to make it, but you can't multiply any of them except for 1 repeated 7 times
8 is pretty cool, it looks like the infinity symbol but vertical, it's 4 times 2, or 6 and 2 added together or even more combinations than 7, which by the way it comes after
and at last we get to 9, the last and highest of the single digits, it looks just like a 6 upside down but it's not the same, even though it shares some similarities like the fact you can divide it by 3 (but not by 2 like 6) and that you can write it with a single stroke
and with that I covered all the digits, from 0 to 9, now they can be mixed and matched to make even bigger numbers but it's always the same ones composing them. I hope it helped you with your confusion.