Q: Can we use Greek fractions today?

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Not in the way we that would use a decimal point today. But they did use points to signify fractions of 12.

The Romans did not use decimals as we know them today but they did use fractions to a limited extent.

No, you cannot use models to multiply fractions!!

We use fractions in the grocery we use fractions in the grocery shops like half a dozen

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by using Greek methods and Greek numbers or some type of Greek caculator

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defo greek

No it did not

There is only one Greek alphabet in use today.

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The Arabs and the greek.("'\(o.o)/"')

Not in the way we that would use a decimal point today. But they did use points to signify fractions of 12.

The Romans did not use decimals as we know them today but they did use fractions to a limited extent.If they did use decimals then the answer would be X.LXXXVIII.

The Romans did not use decimals as we know them today but they did use fractions to a limited extent.

There are 137 jobs that use fractions.

It would be very difficult to teach and learn fractions if you did not use fractions!