4.4 Early Numeration Systems

4.4 Early Numeration Systems - 4.4 Looking Back at Early...

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Unformatted text preview: 4.4 Looking Back at Early Numeration Systems Egyptian Hieroglyphic Numerals: Write each Egyptian numeral as a Hindu-Arabic numeral: 1. 2. 3. Write each Hindu-Arabic numeral as an Egyptian numeral: 4. 509 5 . 302,480 6. 2,320,143 Roman Numerals: The Romans used bars above numbers or groups of numbers to indicate that they should be multiplied by 1000 Write each Roman numeral as a Hindu-Arabic numeral: 7. MMVII 8. CDIX 9. XLIIIXCIV Write each Hindu-Arabic numeral as a Roman numeral: 10. 1776 11. 4,683,934 12. 1945 Traditional Chinese Numerals Write each Roman numeral as a Chinese numeral: Write each Hindu-Arabic numeral as a Roman numeral: 13. 14. 15. 16. 1776 17. 4,003,061 18. 80,945 IONIC GREEK NUMERALS: The systems name refers to its origin in Ionia, the ancient Greek colony in Asia Minor, today part of Turkey. It can be traced back as far as 450 B.C. and used letters of their alphabet for numbers. A Minor, today part of Turkey....
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course MGF 1107 taught by Professor Patriciabishop during the Fall '11 term at Miami Dade College, Miami.

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4.4 Early Numeration Systems - 4.4 Looking Back at Early...

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