How did ancient Egyptians use geometry?


The ancient Egyptians used geometry in virtually the same way that you or I might today. One only has to look at the Great Pyramid of Khufu and some of its mathematical statistics to see this. One thing that the ancient Egyptians did not have was the concept of zero. Beyond that, it was from them that the 'great' Greek masters Pythagoras and Euclid learned their math. You can find more information here:
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The ancient Egyptians displayed their considerable grasp of geometry in a number of ways. What is arguably the most obvious is the way geometry was used in the construction of the
Ancient Egyptian peasants used ploughs, rakes, forks, baskets, wooden sickles with flint blades, winnowing scoops, sieves and mattocks for digging. Most tools were of wood, or wood
They didn't have any. The Egyptians used copper and nothing else. The Egyptians are very stupid, they can not use copper. Did you know that you are very dumb to go to this website?
The Ancient Egyptians used the plough wooden or otherwise like everybody else to turn the soil ready for cultivation.
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Ancient documents demonstrate that Ancient Egyptians knew how to find the area and volume of several geometric shapes and understood geometic similarity. These skills were particularly useful for constructing pyramids.
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