Egyptian Mathematics Disclosure
Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Computer Science,
Page 120136
DOI:
10.9734/jamcs/2021/v36i830395
Abstract
Some fundamental mathematical researches have been carried out about mathematical certainties based on ancient Egyptian mathematical sources and their problems following ancient Egyptian Wisdom set of knowledge building the new scientific paradigm following the rediscovery of the true value of PI and following the new approach of Global Dimensional Mathematics [1].
Some fundamental mathematical researches on the foundations of Egyptian mathematics covering the mathematical problem of The Akhmin wooden tablets [2], the tenth and the fourteenth problem of The Moscow Mathematical Papyrus [3] as well as the fortyfirst and fiftieth problem from The Rhind Mathematical Papyrus [3] have been carried out, without forgotten, the resolution of the fundamental question of the quadrature of the circle which is now effective.
In the disclosure of Egyptian mathematics, the new approach to fundamental mathematical notions is established, adding the cornerstone to building the core of the new approach to Egyptian mathematics, mathematics and science in general.
The Egyptian mathematics disclosure solves, following the Egyptian approach to mathematics and following ancient Egyptian Wisdom set of knowledge, unsolved ancient Egyptian mathematical problems, such as finding the complete solution and decoding the glyph of the eye of Horus, as well as the problem of the truncated pyramid which has found a solution like the half basket problem found one. The question of the quadrature of the circle shatters the mathematical conceptions with all the consequences that we can only begin to understand.
The Egyptian mathematics disclosure forms the basis for building the new scientific approach based on ancestral Egyptian mathematical problems, the true rediscovered value of PI and the new original Global Dimensional Mathematics opening up a still unknown perspective on the world of science in general.
Keywords:
 Egyptian mathematics
 quadrature of the circle
 eye of horus
 PI
 Paradigm shift
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