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Sine o’ the Times: Babylonian Tablet Holds Oldest Evidence of Trigonometry
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Scientists recently decoded a clay tablet from ancient Babylonia that dates to around 3,700 years ago, and found that it contains the oldest trigonometric table in the world. The tablet, discovered in the early 1900s and first interpreted in 1945, has
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Sine o’ the Times: Babylonian Tablet Holds Oldest Evidence of Trigonometry – Live Science


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Sine o' the Times: Babylonian Tablet Holds Oldest Evidence of Trigonometry
Live Science
Scientists recently decoded a clay tablet from ancient Babylonia that dates to around 3,700 years ago, and found that it contains the oldest trigonometric table in the world. The tablet, discovered in the early 1900s and first interpreted in 1945, has ...
Babylonians developed trigonometry 'superior' to modern day version 3700 years agoThe Independent
Greeks lose credit for trigonometryThe Australian
Ancient Babylonian Tablet Identified as the World's Oldest Trigonometry TableSeeker
Courthouse News Service -ScienceAlert -The Conversation AU -The Loop (blog)
all 22 news articles »

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