Egyptian numeration system
The Egyptian numeration system evolved around 3400 BCE. It uses special symbols to represent numbers that are power of 10
You can see the symbols below. Study them carefully before looking at the examples to follow!
Notice that for number greater than 10, this numeration system will require fewer symbols than the Tally numeration system
Study carefully the following examples:
245 can be represented as:
2008 can be represented as:
2,320,111 can be represented as:
By now, you should have noticed that this system is additive. However, addition can quickly become a pain in the neck if you are doing addition
You may need many symbols to express an addition problem
Here is an example of addition with Egyptian numerals:
290 + 820 = 1,110
Jul 03, 20 09:51 AM
factoring trinomials (ax^2 + bx + c ) when a is equal to 1 is the goal of this lesson.
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