Arithmetic help in a 100+ year old one-room school house! What do these also make you think of? Napier�s bones? Other multiplication strategies with lines or pieces of paper? Why do some sticks appear to have random numbers from a small range of values? (V�sterbotten Museum, Umea, Sweden)

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Jamie Pyper

Jamie Pyper

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