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Q: How long have Egyptian fractions been used?

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3,500 years

200

Fractions are still used, such as 1/2 and 1/4. It's used for about 350 years.

No the ancient Egyptian did not use fraction they used the calendar and the moon that was the only math the ancient Egyptians ever used.

fractions are used in almost everything we do

None, fractions were invented by Dr. Jonathan Fractheimer in 1984. They have been quite popular ever since then... People mostly used empty wine bottles instead of fractions before that...

It's not. It can be used for reducing them after they've been multiplied.

It might have been possible to answer the question if there had been any fractions in the question. However, thanks to shortcomings of the browser used by Answers.com for posting questions, no fractions can be seen.

there are fractions in whole steps

i am pretty sure that camels were used for log distances in Egypt.

Yes, most certainly, have you never been "halfway" home!

There are three types of fractions that are used in mathematics. The three types of fractions are, mixed fractions, proper fractions, and improper fractions.

fractions were first by aboriginal people and where first used in Africa..

decimals are used for prices like $2.95 fractions can be used for data

benchmark fractions

Fractions is a table of content. This is used mostly in math.

Probably before ancient Egyptian times because the ancient egyptians used to use cats for mummys, food. etc

Egyptian Arabic is used in Egypt.

The answer is rather long and involved. It would help if you could narrow the question a little.

The Egyptians used fractions 4,000 years ago.

the egyptians were the people who first discovered fractions.

Depends on the environment, and the embalming method used. Egyptian mummies have been embalmed for several thousands years and are still going.

the fractions used in chemistry are mole fraction , molerity , molelity moles etc

An Egyptian mattock was a tool used for loosening the ground.

An ancient Egyptian harpist