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    Math In Ancient Egypt

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    2014 Writing Assignment: Math of the Ancient Egyptians Introduction The Ancient Egyptians are commonly known as the first people to use geometry. Not only did they use it, but they were masters of it. Their work constructing the pyramids only provides evidence of their vast mathematical knowledge. The Ancient Egyptians invented many different mathematical techniques in order to make daily life easier. Luckily, there are still records from the Egyptians that have been decoded so that we may learn how

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    1. How do you multiply proper fractions? How do you multiply mixed numbers? 2. How do you divide proper fractions? How do you divide improper fractions? 3. Give an example of how/when you use fractions (including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and or ordering of) in your day to day activities outside of math class. Multiplying proper fractions requires a few steps. The first step will be to multiply the top two numbers also known as the numerators. Second you will multiply the

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    Mesopotamian Algebra

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    9. In what sense did the Mesopotamian authors “do algebra”? Did they have the concept of an equation or a classification of types of equations? The Mesopotamian authors didn’t “do algebra,” they solved problems by following a set of steps which allowed them to get a numerical answer. Today, if we tried to solve those problems, we would use algebra, but they did not (Cooke, 2005, p. 40). They had no concept of an equation, or of a set of rules that would allow them to solve a variety of problems

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    Adaptive I

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    District math requirements for fifth grade. As observed this year, Evan’s performance has continued on its path of low to no improvement. This year fractions and decimals have been integrated into his schema and have furthered his confusion of math. As a result of the current confusion, I will try to improve his understanding of decimals and fractions as a pretest determines. Student Relating to Ability When asked if he had liked math before forth grade, Evan responded with a yes. He said

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    Fraction Differences

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    Fraction Differences First Sequence To begin with I looked at the first sequence of fractions to discover the formula that explained it. As all the numerators were 1 I looked at the denominators. As these all increased by 1 every time, I figured that the formula was simply [IMAGE] as the denominators corresponded to the implied first line as shown in this table below: nth number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Denominators 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 I shall

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    Ancient Egyptian Mathematics

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    Ancient Egyptians were a very important aspect to our past. The earliest forms of math derived from ancient Egyptians. The Egyptians lived in what is known as the old kingdom. They were the fits tot practice the mathematical and scientific arts. The word chemistry is derived from the word Alchemy which is and ancient name for Egypt. Egypt required math to create buildings, manage food supplies, and compute the flood levels of the Nile. They would use systems of dividing units of time such as sixty

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    Introduction Heart failure is a major cause of morbidity and mortality affecting all Western countries and represents a significant economic, social and healthcare burden.(1) Approximately 1-2% of the population of the developed world has been diagnosed with clinically significant heart failure, a gross underestimation. (2) Depending on how the condition is defined, recent population studies estimate that between 3% and 9% of the adult population are affected by overt symptoms of heart failure.(3)

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    center for heart transplant evaluation. His initial chest X-ray showed moderate cardiomegaly and pulmonary vascular congestion. His prior left heart catheterization showed mild diagonal branch disease. Echocardiogram showed left ventricular ejection fraction of 17% and moderate mitral regurgitation. Cardiac catheterization done at local hospital showed the following pressure (mm Hg): right atrial: 21, pulmonary artery: 36/25, pulmonary wedge 32 and reduced cardiac index 1.4 Liter/minute/meter2 (cardiac

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    Methods (Background) One part of the Marfan’s syndrome that has been researched was the cardiac dysfunction in younger children and young adults. There were a few methods that have been used to determine how to prevent Marfan’s syndrome in children and young adults. There is Conventional Echocardiography, Radiography Strain Rate Imaging, and Statistical analysis. In March 2010 to April 2011, Marfan’s syndrome’s patients attended the outpatient Pediatric Cardiology Clinic at Arkansas Children’s Hospital

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    Heart failure (HF) is a complex clinical pathological syndrome characterised by symptom of shortness of breath , fatigue and the sign of rales on chest ascultation and peripheral pitting oedema also termed as sign of congestion. It is caused by the structural and functional diffect of the heart(1) . It is initally characterised by the dysfunction of the levt ventricle which lead to impairing the filling functin of the ventricles or unable to produce enough contractility of the left ventricle

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