Ancient Egyptian numbers
Learning Intention: to understand place value by using Ancient Egyptian numbers.
For this I had to see how much each egyptain number was worth and then figure out the questions.I learnt that the Ancient Egyptains used hyroglyphics to their letters and numbers.
Challenge:
What number is this? Why?
23 because the first two look like tens because they are like two of the ones combined making it look like a two digit number.

Some Ancient Egyptian numbers
1
 
10
 
100

Challenge:
What are these numbers?
144
 
602
 
379
 
314
 
636
 
379
 
379

What is the same about the last two numbers? They both equal to the same number.
What is different about the last two numbers? With the last number the ones, tens and hundreds are mixed up but they still equal the same number.
Challenge:
Change these numbers into Ancient Egyptian numbers. Insert a photo of your number written on a whiteboard.
7
 
42
 
220
 
608
 
795

Addition
Challenge:
Now try adding numbers. You cannot draw modern maths symbols like + and =.
7 + 5

I can’t get the 10 to turn

36 + 15
 
274 + 418
 
593 + 109

Subtraction
Challenge:
Now try subtracting numbers. You cannot draw modern maths symbols like  and =.
12  3

> >

23  17

>>

445  152

>>

623  249

>
>

What can you understand about Ancient Egyptian numbers compared to modern numbers?
I can understand that egyptian numbers are different from english because it doesn’t matter where you put them they always make the same amount but for english numbers it depends on the placement of the numbers to figure out the amount.
Ancient Egyptian numbers
Learning Intention: to understand place value by using Ancient Egyptian numbers.
Here are all of the glyphs you need to make numbers in Ancient Egyptian
Challenge 1:
Code these glyphs into easy to type keyboard keys. For example:
Glyph

Number

Code

1

I (capital i)
 
10

T
 
100

H
 
1,000

L
 
10,000

F
 
100,000

A
 
1,000,000

G

Challenge 2:
Coded number:
Amount:
Coded number:
Amount:
Coded number:
Amount:
Addition:
432 + 234
Coded numbers:
Addition steps (using the code):
589 + 435
Coded numbers:
Addition steps (using the code):
111 + 345
Coded numbers:
Addition steps (using the code):
Subtraction:
734  219
Coded numbers:
Addition steps (using the code):
964  386
Coded numbers:
Addition steps (using the code):
375  121
Coded numbers:
Addition steps (using the code):
Make a quiz for using Ancient Egyptian numbers. You need:
 3 coding questions; quiz takers have to code Ancient Egyptian numbers into your coded numbers and modern English numbers.
 3 addition questions; write questions in your code.
 3 subtraction questions; write questions in your code.
Take someone else’s quiz