65. The ninth is daśa-kōti (ten-crore) and the tenth is śata-kōti (hundred-crore). The (place) characterised by eleven is arbuda and the twelfth (place) is nyarbuda.
66. The thirteenth place is kharva and the fourteenth is mahā-karva. Similarly the fifteenth is padma and the sixteenth mahā-padma
67. Again the seventeenth is kșōni, the eighteenth mahā-kșōni. The nineteenth place is śańkha and the twentieth is mahā-śańkha.
68. The twenty-first place is kșityā, the twenty-second mahā-kșityā. Then the twenty-third is kșōbha and tho twenty-fourth mahā-kșōbha
69. By means of the (following) eight qualifies, viz., quick method in working, forethought as to whether a desirable result may be arrived at, or as to whether an undesirable result will be produced, freedom from dullness, correct comprehension, power of retention, and the devising of now means in working, along with getting at those numbers which make (unknown) quantities known --(by means of these qualities) an arithmetician is to be known as such.
70. Great sages have briefly stated the terminology thus. What has to be further said (about it) in detail must be learnt from (a study of) the science (itself) .
Thus ends the chapter on Terminology in Sārasańgraha, which is a work on arithmetic by Mahāvirācārya.