Arabic math




I decided to separate the Arabic alphabet and math parts from the main page

Arabic math

I looked at this video:

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You can repeat with Maha here



Fractions from An-Nisa

The first fractions were used by the Egyptians. They were experts in finding fractions in between others like a fraction in between ½ and 1 third. The Rindh papyrus is a fraction calculation that show their talents calculating fractions. However fractions are readable also in the Quran 4:11 as can be seen in the images below.

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Ordinal number

Another youtube teacher tells that you can normally take the three first consonants from the cardinal numbers name and create a ordinal number name. Thi is valid for all numbers except for 1 and 2.

The best video explaining why to use and how to say ordinal numbers is a video from Maha. She add also the feminin versions of the ordinal numbers name (adding ta marbuta). Maha’s nice video has disappeared for some reason. So I found this one instead, that is quit well done.



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