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A true calculator
Study of Divining Rods, concerning his 'bones,' which were sticks for helping do multiplication and division.
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From Napier's Bones to Oughtred's slide rule to Pasacal's.
John Napier.WPD
The Works of John Napier
John Napier contributed to many fields of science and philosophy. His mathematical . division and root extraction far less laborious, particularly for very large numbers.
Napier, John.Rabdologiae.1617.Edinburgh.indd
Examples of Napier's bones could be found, only a few years later, in such distant places as China and . Chapter IV: Division with the promptury and tables .

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Napier's bones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Division can be performed in a similar fashion. Let's divide 46785399 by 96431, the two numbers we used in the earlier example.
Napier's bones
Using Napier's bones for long multiplication and division.
Napier's Bones, digital manipulative, multiplication, division, square
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The Slide Rule
Napier's bones make multiplication and division easier.

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