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Mayan Math Activity

Begin to decode the Mayan number system as it's written in a document known as the Dresden Codex. The Maya developed a sophisticated number system that they used to record possessions, dates, and astronomical observations. Includes Teachers Guide.
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Begin to decode the Mayan number system as it's written in a document known as the Dresden Codex. The Maya developed a sophisticated number system that they used to record possessions, dates, and astronomical observations. Includes Teachers Guide.

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