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Q: Was the roman society able to add subtract multiply and divide using the numerals?

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Yes because it is the same numeracy system that we use today

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you can add subtract multiply and divide them.

Yes the ancient Romans were able to add, subtract, divide and multiply They also had their own numeracy system known today as Roman numerals

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you divide and divide again then multiply then add then subtract then finally get the root

it can multiply,divide,add and subtract.

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Add, subtract, multiply, divide.

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add, subtract, multiply, divide

Word problems have key words, like sum, add, difference, subtract, product, multiply, quotient, divide.

A C program to divide, add, multiply and subtract two numbers; #include int main() { int first, second, add, subtract, multiply; float divide; printf("Enter two integersn"); scanf("%d%d", &first, &second); add = first + second; subtract = first - second; multiply = first * second; divide = first / (float)second; //typecasting printf("Sum = %dn",add); printf("Difference = %dn",subtract); printf("Multiplication = %dn",multiply); printf("Division = %.2fn",divide); return 0; }

When you add or subtract fractions you cross multiply and when you multiply or divide fractions you across multiply.

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it makes it eaiser to add subtract or divide or multiply

It can add, subtract, multiply, divide and do square roots.

Abacus

divide, multiply, subtract,compare

a calculator they can also add, subtract, and divide.

Integers

If you add, subtract or multiply rational numbers, the result will be a rational number. It will also be so if you divide by a non-zero rational number. But division by zero is not defined.

BOMDAS (brackets/of/multiply/divide/add/subtract)

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