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I feel that this book provides rich information about Ancient Chinese Mathematics, and should be recommended for those interested in learning more about topics such as counting rods and tangrams.
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13th century ancient Chinese Answer Arabic becomes the divisor Brahmi numerals century China Chinese mathematics coarse rice computation concept counting board counting rods deng shu denominators digit dividend shi dynasty equations Find the number Fleeting Footsteps follows fractions give greatest common divisor Hindu-Arabic numeral system hu and divide hundreds Jin shu Jiu zhang suanshu large numbers last place left column length liang Liu Hui lower numeral lower position Luoyang method middle position millet multiplication and division number of persons number word obtain the number operations of arithmetic place value notation Prob problem procedure proportional value Qian quotient remainder right column rod numeral system Sect shi zhi square root Step subtraction Sun Zi suanjing Tang dynasty thousands top grade cereal top position translation units upper numeral upper position vertical rods wan wan Warring States period written numeral ying Zhu Shijie Zi’s
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