English | November 25, 2020 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B08P3PC5Y4 | 702 pages | Rar (PDF, AZW3) | 0.62 Mb
Roman Numerals were the standard way of writing numbers in much of the world for thousands of years!
Even after the medieval period, when they fell out of common usage, they still retained their importance in many ways. Just look at a clock face today, or at a numbered event, or at people trying to recapture the vintage feel in whatever they're doing, and you will see Roman Numerals alive and well.The simplicity of the number system is staggering: 7 symbols are all you need to learn, and a few rules on how you can build large numbers from those 7 base ones. However, you need a lot of practice before you can master and recall the rules at will, which is exactly what this book is all about. I start by stating all the rules you will need, with exercises accompanying each major set of rules. The book ends with a mega-series of multiple choice problems that you can complete to become as good at Roman Numerals as Julius Caesar was, two millennia ago.Read on for lessons from the classic era from Mathematics. When in Rome, do as the Romans do!