What Are the Babylonians Contributions in Mathematics?

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Babylonian mathematics is considered to be one of the bases of our math today. Their system uses a 60-base numeral. From this, we got our 60 seconds, minutes, and the 360 degrees of a circle. They were also one of the earliest to study about geometry.
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