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द मैथ बुक (बड़े विचार बस समझाए गये) : सभी प्रतियोगी परीक्षा हेतु पीडीऍफ़ बुक | The Math Book (Big Ideas Simply Explained) : For All Competitive Exam PDF Book


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Name of Book :  The Math Book (Big Ideas Simply Explained) / द मैथ बुक (बड़े विचार बस समझाए गये) 

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Language of Book : English

Size of Ebook : 61.3 MB

Total pages in ebook : 586

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Description about eBook : INTRODUCTION
As early as 40,000 years ago, humans were making tally marks on wood and bone as a means of counting. They undoubtedly had a rudimentary sense of number and arithmetic, but the history of mathematics only properly began with the development of numerical systems in early civilizations. The first of these emerged in the sixth millennium BCE, in Mesopotamia, western Asia, home to the world’s earliest agriculture and cities. Here, the Sumerians elaborated on the concept of tally marks, using different symbols to denote different quantities, which the Babylonians then developed into a sophisticated numerical system of cuneiform (wedge-shaped) characters. From about 4000 BCE, the Babylonians used elementary geometry and algebra to solve practical problems—such as building, engineering, and calculating land divisions—alongside the arithmetical skills they used to conduct commerce and levy taxes. A similar story emerges in the slightly later civilization of the ancient Egyptians. Their trade and taxation required a sophisticated numerical system, and their building and engineering works relied on both a means of measurement and some knowledge of geometry and algebra. The Egyptians were also able to use their mathematical skills in conjunction with observations of the heavens to calculate and predict astronomical and seasonal cycles and construct calendars for the religious and agricultural year. They established the study of the principles of arithmetic and geometry as early as 2000 BCE.............

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