Open University;s Egyptian math discussion group mentions the following: Three recent Russian math encyclopedia entries may be of interest to Open University's Egyptian math readers, plus a blog and a Wikipedia review of red auxiliary numbers. The five links discuss Egyptian fractions in a fresh analytical manner. The Russian entries were published on-line by Springer a few years per, with the first entry being:
and therefore did not hypothetically attempt to make an ancient leap back in time. Had a formal hypothesis been offered academic discussions set in an interdisciplinary context may be proven by following the modern logic offered by the Russian encyclopedia entries.
A third Russian entry generally used an ancient aliquot fraction or ratio idea (Russian terms for red auxiliary numbers) without identifying a hypothetical use of ancient LCMs per: