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  • leçon - matière potentielle : devices
  • leçon - matière potentielle : realm
  • leçon - matière potentielle : patterns
  • leçon - matière potentielle : environments
  • expression écrite
  • leçon - matière potentielle : experience
  • leçon - matière : literature
21st Century Authors: Multi-platform approaches to interactive storytelling   21st Century Authors: Multi-platform approaches to interactive storytelling Keywords: narrative, interactive, storytelling, game, author Abstract: The idea that games may contain story elements is a hotly debated topic between ludologists and narratologists. For those in disciplines rooted in more traditional storytelling, the outcome of the game studies debate is largely irrelevant. Story exists where the author believes it exists, at least from a practitioner's standpoint.
  • larger narrative
  • multi-platform approaches to interactive storytelling
  • digital reading realm
  • digital environment
  • tablet
  • environment
  • elements
  • game
  • readers
  • design

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The Rhind Papyrus
Mathematics 15: Lecture 2
Dan Sloughter
Furman University
September 13, 2006
Dan Sloughter (Furman University) The Rhind Papyrus September 13, 2006 1 / 14I Unclear how much is a copy of earlier text (as Ahmes himself claims),
and how much is due to Ahmes
I Scholarly work? Manual? Lesson book?
Rhind papyrus
I Written by a scribe, Ahmes, around 1700 B.C.
Dan Sloughter (Furman University) The Rhind Papyrus September 13, 2006 2 / 14I Scholarly work? Manual? Lesson book?
Rhind papyrus
I Written by a scribe, Ahmes, around 1700 B.C.
I Unclear how much is a copy of earlier text (as Ahmes himself claims),
and how much is due to Ahmes
Dan Sloughter (Furman University) The Rhind Papyrus September 13, 2006 2 / 14Rhind papyrus
I Written by a scribe, Ahmes, around 1700 B.C.
I Unclear how much is a copy of earlier text (as Ahmes himself claims),
and how much is due to Ahmes
I Scholarly work? Manual? Lesson book?
Dan Sloughter (Furman University) The Rhind Papyrus September 13, 2006 2 / 14Part of the Rhind papyrus
Dan Sloughter (Furman University) The Rhind Papyrus September 13, 2006 3 / 14I Note: this follows from
45×53 = (1+4+8+32)×53 = 1×53+4×53+8×53+32×53.
Example: multiplication
I Ahmes would compute 45×53 = 2385 as follows:
\ 1 53
2 106
\ 4 212
\ 8 424
16 848
\ 32 1696
Total 45 2385
Dan Sloughter (Furman University) The Rhind Papyrus September 13, 2006 4 / 14Example: multiplication
I Ahmes would compute 45×53 = 2385 as follows:
\ 1 53
2 106
\ 4 212
\ 8 424
16 848
\ 32 1696
Total 45 2385
I Note: this follows from
45×53 = (1+4+8+32)×53 = 1×53+4×53+8×53+32×53.
Dan Sloughter (Furman University) The Rhind Papyrus September 13, 2006 4 / 14Example: division
I Ahmes would compute 437÷23 = 19 as follows:
\ 1 23
\ 2 46
4 92
8 184
\ 16 368
Total 19 437
Dan Sloughter (Furman University) The Rhind Papyrus September 13, 2006 5 / 14I But: Egyptians insisted on fractions with unit numerator (except for
2).
3
Example: division with remainder
3I Ahmes would compute 440÷23 = 19 as follows:
23
\ 1 23
\ 2 46
4 92
8 184
\ 16 368
Total 19 437
Dan Sloughter (Furman University) The Rhind Papyrus September 13, 2006 6 / 14Example: division with remainder
3I Ahmes would compute 440÷23 = 19 as follows:
23
\ 1 23
\ 2 46
4 92
8 184
\ 16 368
Total 19 437
I But: Egyptians insisted on fractions with unit numerator (except for
2).
3
Dan Sloughter (Furman University) The Rhind Papyrus September 13, 2006 6 / 14