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Pickett Barret Professor Becker Mathematical Methods 1 November 2007 Mathematics in Classical Civilizations Mathematics, it is the fundamental knowledge that binds the people of the world into a common system centered on concepts such as quantity, structure, space, and charge. This system in involves number, an abstract idea, used for counting and measuring. Today, the field of mathematics is extremely complex...

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