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>I have recently been asked how the Romans computed with Roman numerals. I]]>Dec 16, 1996 8:27:55 PMDec 16, 1996 8:27:55 PMjgc@adinet.com.uy0Re: Roman arithmetic
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A brief note on this remark:

> Particularly interesting about them is that numbers seem to have > been]]>Dec 16, 1996 6:45:42 PMDec 16, 1996 6:45:42 PMMDEAKIN@gizmo.maths.monash.edu.au0Re: Roman arithmetic
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1. Menninger has some remarks on the abacus and mentions 2 extant examples of which one is]]>Dec 16, 1996 6:39:43 PMDec 16, 1996 6:39:43 PMMDEAKIN@gizmo.maths.monash.edu.au0Re: Roman arithmetic
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abacus. This was probably true for most people in ordinary life. Keep]]>Dec 16, 1996 8:39:30 AMDec 16, 1996 8:39:30 AMjdurham@media-net.net0Roman arithmetic
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don't know the answer. Is there a good reference? My guess is that they]]>Dec 14, 1996 10:33:51 PMDec 14, 1996 10:33:51 PMstein@math.ucdavis.edu4