What science did egyptians use?
they used science mostly in mummification.
the egyptians had nothing else to use. most likely they didnt even know or call it science.
they use hieroglphics
Yes, they did. A common misconception is that their science was mostly about mummification, but they understood math, engineering, astronomy, and a lot more.
the egyptians were interseted in math and science mainly for their practical applications. Rather than trying to understand how the world worked, they used science and math as tools to improve their lives.
Egyptians still use hieroglypics
well they had wine so they fermented stuff alchohol production is a science sure is
The Egyptians didn't use camels they feared them and the camel lived in the desert & the egyptians feared the desert aswell
In mathematics the Egyptians built the great pyramids and made the calendar. In science and technology the Egyptians built canals, discovered medical advances, and studied the anatomy.
they studied mathematics
Ancient Egyptians used hierglyphics, so Ancient Egyptians in Giza would also use hierglyphics.
For something to be considered a science it has to have some sort of study or observance to explain something that has gone without definition. An example of something that is not a science is the ancient Egyptians. They were known to use poppy seed as a painkiller but that was it. They saw that it had effects and therefore utilized those effects. This did not meet the requirements of a science because they did… Read More
they looked to the gods for help
The egyptians aka ancient astronots..
Egyptians use gold by making gold statues and gold portrates of the pharoh.
yes they did . Egyptians were the ones to invent fractions .
Yes, the ancient Egyptians used hieroglyphics.
They developed the first clocks (THE EGYPTIAN WATER CLOCK)
Modern Egyptians use the Egyptian Pound. There are plenty of websites that will give you an exchange rate. The ancient Egyptians had debins for money; they also traded by means of barter.
yes the egyptians did use clay tablets to record trade and to write laws and stuff.
A+:all answers are correct Egyptians were among the first people to use stern-mounted rudders.
Egyptians were some of the first people to use sails to capture the wind's energy.
Egyptians used hieroglyphics to record their history and communicate.
the Egyptians used ..............
ancient Egyptians used lyre
The ancient Egyptians writing is called: Hieroglyphics.
the egyptians used a fether and ink to communicate
They didn't have any. The Egyptians used copper and nothing else. The Egyptians are very stupid, they can not use copper. Did you know that you are very dumb to go to this website?
yeast With early Egyptians they didn't have risen bread but they evantuallly learned to use yeast
for math they made fractions and the number system based on ten........ and im still trying to figure out science sry
surveyor is a social studies term. used by the ancient Egyptians
they studied plants and herbs in medicine for remedies
The Egyptians used 256 divided with 81 to calculate pi.
The Ancient Egyptians did not use money they used barter.
The ancient Egyptians wrapped their mummies in linen bandages.
The ancient Egyptians expressed themselves by the use of writing.
No,they did not
No they use tide and surf
they use them for writting
The Egyptians would cut open the body and use their hands to remove the organs and guts
One reason for the Egyptians successful farming ws their wise use of irrigation.
ancient egyptians got medicne from trees so technically the type of medicine they use are trees
They use science toeducatechildren and to educate them self.
Hieroglyphics was the name for the Egyptians' writing inside the tombs.
The Egyptians used geometry to determine their boundaries. truefalsecannot be determined
Egyptians used papyrus stems to make paper
ancient egyptians used animal fat.
The Ancient Egyptians used crushed and mixed herbs as medicine.
Calendar, hieroglyphics, great pyramids and great sphinx
Astronomy (stars) and Human anatomy (structure) [during mummification].