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The most commonly used base is 10,

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0Chinese AbacusAbacus was invented by Chinese. But vedic mathematics is known to deal with equipment similar to abacus. Not withstanding anything Chinese abacus just an amazing piece of calculator that needs no power except mind power. The Chinese abacus actually sharpens your mind power and calculations can be done faster than a home computer of P 4 standard because it takes time to punch in the numbers manually into the computer. But abacus is just moving beads.Here is a nice free Chinese abacus that actually works on clicking on it. If you want to know how it works Just cut and paste this link in the address bar of browser. It is free and works. This is one working Chinese abacus ideally suited for school children and adults alike.http://100softwares.googlepages.com/free_chinese_abacus.htmJust try clicking on any bead and you will find the answer right under it in the box. I think it runs on java so download java to run the free Chinese abacus on your PC.

It works in powers of 10, so figures such as 100 and 1000 are especially important. There are 100 centimetres in a metre and 1000 metres in a kilometre for example.AnswerThe SI system is based on ten, raised to the power of multiples of three. In other words, micro-. milli-, kilo-, mega-, etc. Centi-. etc., are NOT used in the SI system.

The advent of computers caused a return to binary from decimal. The abacus, the first digital calculator, was in use in Ancient China and is based on The Tao, the basis of the Chinese religion that one requires a place to put something before you can have something. Tao Te Ching: In the beginning was the Ought: chi(the one) entered the Ought, and the one became yin(the two), the two became yang (the three), and the three became the ten-thousand things (everything of one kind) in The Cosmic Image. It basically has similar reasoning to science's Big Bang Theory! The Chinese abacus and the Roman abacus look totally different, but they both seem to be based on two hands with five fingers on each; Roman numerals follow the same pattern. Could you explain in detail how the Chinese abacus also works on a one-two-three principle ?

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