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100 In Roman Numerals

Binomial coefficients were known as Pingala as early as 200 BC, in Iran the spatial arithmetic method of finding nth roots based on the binomial expansion was known as the Omar Khayyám triangle honoring the Persian poet-astronomer-mathematician (1048–1131). Depicted: Yang Hui's (1238–1298) Chinese version of Pascal's triangle using decimal rod numerals [Roman numeral V, X for larger multiples with Japan's order of magnitude symbols 千百十一分厘毛 for 1000, 100, 10, unit, tenth, hundredth…

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Задаци и решења школског такмичења из Математике – 2. 2. 2013.

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