The ancient Egyptians built their system on the basis (10), and used only for the hieroglyphic signs of (1) and the number of multiples (10); such as (100), (1000). And the marks were repeated to demonstrate the complications of those numbers;, much like the Roman system of numbers.

The texts that register, or learn, the steps sports; an important source of information about ancient Egyptian mathematics. It contains some remnants of papyrus on the scales were used to calculate the fractions or to convert weights and measures. Papyrus and recorded "Ryand," a papyrus roll about 15 feet long and has written about 1660 BC, the dozens of questions sports; and answers. The fascia contains most of what is now known about the mathematics in ancient Egypt. They show that ancient Egyptians had mastered arithmetic, and developed equations to solve problems Bmjhol and unknown. They also knew the kinds of simple arithmetic and geometric sequences, were used fractions.

The ancient Egyptians knew addition and subtraction, as they knew multiplication and division; using the system to double to get the answers. They were also aware of the roots of quadratic, and calculate the area of the triangle. And used to calculate the area of a circle close to the value of the firm (i). And knew also a kind of primitive engineering; and may have known the theory of Pythagoras: As I was able to draw an arc.

In the Greco - Roman Architecture Learn the ancient Egyptians Pythagoras, Plato, and Iochled. The ancient Egyptians developed mathematics, in order to provide practical solutions to real problems. Fastkhaddmwa mathematics; in the measurement of time and the high waters of the annual flooding of the Nile River and the calculation of land areas and count the money and determine taxes. The mathematics is necessary in the service of complex engineering work to build the pyramids. And use the shop owners and chefs simple math calculations; in March, while priests and priestesses mathematics is more complicated: as well as Supervisors act on the workers and builders, surveyors, engineers, tax collectors.