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What is ethno-mathematics? The term describes the mathematical practices of identifiable cultural groups. This website presents a description of how various cultures of the past practiced math and applied it to architecture, calendars, and similar subjects essential to community. This fascinating site presents and intersection of history and mathematics, providing both a narrative and explanation of the past and an accessible explanation of the mathematics at work. A user of this website can explore Ancient Babylonian or early modern Scottish math, or understand the Four Color Theorem or Orbits and Gravitation. As such, the introductory math portion would be helpful for any student of mathematics, and the historical section could prove useful for instructors or students of various historical cultures.
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