** Find passwords to access databases outside of school**

You will need a password to be able to access the articles and books on your topic.

First - find the name of the database (in parenthesis & capital letters) at the end of the title

- (
**BRITANNICA**) **(CAPSTON**E eBook)- (
**GALE**eBook) - (INFOBASE /
**FACTS ON FILE**) - (
**ROSEN**eBook) - Sign in with Google - (
**WORLD BOOK**)

Then find that name on the **database password page** and use the username/password that follows it to sign in.

The link will take you directly to the resource.

- Ancient Egyptian Math An introduction to Ancient Egyptian numerals and problem-solving.

- Algebra (BRITANNICA Ency.) Learn the origins of Algebra.
- Mathematics (BRITANNICA ENCY.) An overview of the history of mathematics.
- Papyrus Object: The Rhind Mathematical Papyrus
- Hypatia (ABC-CLIO)A brief biographical account of Hypatia, a teacher, philosopher, and mathematical scholar. Though much of her work is believed to have been destroyed, there is evidence that she was knowledgeable in many fields (such as Neoplatonism, astronomy, mechanics, and mathematics) and that her work appears to have influenced Egyptian astronomy.
- Ancient Papyrus (GALE eBooks)Scroll down to "Rhind Papyrus" for basic information on what the Rhind Payrus is and how it reflects the approach to mathematics that Ancient Egyptians took
- Overview: Mathematics 2000 BC to AD 699 (GALE eBooks)Scroll down to "Greek mathematicians, such as Thales of Miletus (624?-548? B.C.) and Pythagoras,..." to read about how ancient scholars' journeys to Egypt informed their knowledge of mathematics
- Exploring the "Rhind Papyrus" & the "Moscow Papyrus"An exploration of some math problems solved in the Rhind Papyrus (also known as the Ahmes Papyrus) and the Moscow Papyrus. With worked examples, we take a deep dive into how Ancient Egyptians approached various topics in mathematics: from more basic topics such as numerical notation, arithmetic and fractions to more advanced topics such as algebra, geometry and measurement.