Ideas like geometric, ellipses, Pythagorean designs and
circles, were all incorporated in England and as well as in Scotland. This came
as a result of the fact that they were much advanced and well exposed to
knowledge and they had a better understanding in time measurements with the
assistance from the stars. The earliest decimal system was introduced in the
3100BC.

This changed how Egyptians perception from within and out
of their region; for it gave a way for the indefinite symbols into their
counting system, marking a very great step for them.

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Apart from Egyptians, some inventions were done in India
in parts of the Northern Pakistan and North of India. In this era, mathematics
was becoming a well-known thing amongst the civilians who later developed a
system of measuring equal weights thus leading to the development of decimal
fractions as they find their way to accuracy.

Later on, concentric drawings, cones and other
geometrical shapes and designs were termed to be brick technology. Since it
used ‘accurate’ ratios and perfect right angles.

An accurate decimal ruler with small and well measured
subdivisions on its sides was introduced. This tool was aligned amongst other
items to measure size and length. Another invention was done that looked like a
shell, but it had its function well defined like those of a compass used in
functions in measuring the sky and the whole horizon within sight.

Their scripts were not yet been translated; hence very little is known
about the written forms of Harappan mathematics. Some archeological evidence
has led a number of historians to believe that; this civilization uses a base 8
numeral system and possessed knowledge of the ratio of the length of the
circumference of the circle to its diameter.

Today, everyone does mathematics in any field. Right from computer
programmers to the office front secretaries. This artifact gave a bridge way to
the future that we are today, and several inventions have been made in
advancement of the early age mathematics.

It is a fact that the crude source of mathematics was in Mesopotamia,
but today; the whole world learns and runs under mathematics. This means that
the world in general, appreciates the work which was done in those ancient ages
despite of the fact that some scrolls have never been translated. Maybe some
crucial information was hidden from us with a purpose, or maybe someone just
forgot to write it into the common language that we can all read and
understand.

The good thing about mathematics, it brought out some truth and the
right use of logistics. Today we all agree on “1+1=2”, this is because, when we
look at items placed away from each other, we join them by bringing them close
to each other. Similar thing happens to a single pair, when it’s joined to
another one, they all form a complete pair of two. i.e. ‘2+2=4’.

In conclusion to that, I would just say like

Rudolf Carnap that
logistic thesis can be represented in two parts: