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Q: What equipment did the Romans use for maths?

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For the same reasons that we need to use maths today.

For addition, subtraction. division and multiplication purposes in the same way that we do maths today but they had their own system of numbers known as the Roman numeral system.

The pulley was used by the Romans to move large pieces of equipment and to create buildings. Pulleys were also used in the creation of weapons.

The same reason that people of other countries use maths.

if your a maths teacher or anything to do with maths.

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For the same reasons that we need to use maths today.

i supose that the roman did use maths cause what do you call roman numerals numbers no that is maths so yes roman numerls did use maths

Yes, the Romans used the catapult. It was part of their siege equipment.

The equipment to capture a fort; a catapult a rope a javelin

It is difficult to give this question a specific answer because the Romans used all sort of different equipment for all sort of different jobs.

For addition, subtraction. division and multiplication purposes in the same way that we do maths today but they had their own system of numbers known as the Roman numeral system.

they used catapults ropes and javelns

maths used by ancient romans

I think it was Roman Numerals

they used bow' n ' arrow, swords shields and sphere's

The pulley was used by the Romans to move large pieces of equipment and to create buildings. Pulleys were also used in the creation of weapons.

a story of maths on topic use of maths in our daily life

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