Monthly Archives: October 2011

The arabic numerals

The scene of our story takes place in Irak, Bagdad, the capital city. In this ancient age, Al-Mansûr was the great Caliph of Irak. And, he was waiting for the ambassador of India. When the indian ambassador comes in front … Continue reading

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Electronic form

Hello Today we are going to present Colossus. It's the first binary computer created during the 2nd world war in Bletchley park in England. Colossus was used to crack the enemy's code and found the enemies. One and zero peform … Continue reading

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One takes on Europe

Most of the positional base 10 numeral systemes in the world have originated from India, where the concept of positional numeration was first developed. The Indian numeral system is commonly referred to in the West as the Hindu-Arabic numeral system … Continue reading

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World’s first writing

In  the middle east, the Sumerians used cone to count. They put them in a clay enveloppe but they made a mark outside the enveloppe to keep track of the numbers inside. They finally realized they could make marks on … Continue reading

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yann and champion/algerba numbers

baghdad in 762 in Baghdad was ruled by Caliph Al-Mansur. he  received a gift from an Indian ambassador. The gift was the numbers. we are not sure of that version. but we know that after the numbers were  used to … Continue reading

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COLOSSUS by Jérôme and Théo

Colossus is the first computer using binary system . It was created in 1944 ,during the second world war, at Bletchley Park in Southern England . It was used for decrypting German messages . It worked with the binary system … Continue reading

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Get Civilised !

In the middle east,in 4000 BC the people of Sumer created the token and the Arithmetics. The token replaced the old system,  that was to count by scratching on a bone. With Arithmetics, you can take away, that enabled them … Continue reading

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Arabic Numerals, a revolutionary system !

500 years BC, the Indians developed a different symbol for every number from one to nine. The name of this system is Arabic Numerals. And 1500 years ago, a new number was invented and it was the biggest revolution in … Continue reading

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