What did Egyptians use to keep track of the kingdoms wealth?
They invented the 365-day calendar. They used the Sun to keep track of the days throughout the years. They divided the year into 3 seasons of 4 months. Each month had 30 days. Their year had 360 days. The ancient Egyptians also used shadow clocks. The first ones were obelisks. The moving shadows formed a kind of sundial to help tell time. The sundial was then used very often since.
The volleyball scorer is intended to do the following: 1. Display the score on the scoreboard (and change the score after every point). 2. Keep track of the score on the scoresheet. 3. Keep track of player substitutions on the scoresheet. 4. Keep track of the last server on the scoresheet. 5. Keep track of coaches' time-outs on the scoresheet.