Q: Who are three famous mathematics in Inca history?

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I have include three links. One is a book about Inca mathematical ideas. The Incas did not have a written language which makes it difficult to know its history. Further, mathematical ideas develop slowly and are pass down from generations without formal records, making a "start date" nearly impossible. Certainly, the system of counting existed prior to 1532, which marks the end of the Inca empire. One link says the empire existed for approximately 100 years, but certainly mathematics in the Inca society could have been much older.

They recorded numbers using the knots on a string called a quipu.

The Inca's used the quipu to record numbers since they didn't have a form of writing. The quipu is a system of strings and knots used to represent numbers so that the Inca's wouldn't have to write down anything.

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The Inca Civilization lasted for three hundred years from the 13th to the 16th century. Getting a true picture of Inca history is difficult because the Incas had no written language and passed their history down orally from one generation to the next.

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The Inca moved to Cuzco Valley around 1,100 CE. The Inca abandon the settlement of Machu Picchu in 1510 CE. Civil War between two Inca princes, Waskar and Atahualpa weakens the Inca Empire in 1526-1532 CE.

The Inca civilization was famous fro it's roads which were the base of becoming a powerful nation.

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yes many but some are extinct the three most famous are the Inca's Empire, Aztec Empire and the Iroqois

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I have include three links. One is a book about Inca mathematical ideas. The Incas did not have a written language which makes it difficult to know its history. Further, mathematical ideas develop slowly and are pass down from generations without formal records, making a "start date" nearly impossible. Certainly, the system of counting existed prior to 1532, which marks the end of the Inca empire. One link says the empire existed for approximately 100 years, but certainly mathematics in the Inca society could have been much older.

The Pachakuti extended the Inca empire. Then he began organizing the new land.