Unlike the picture, there are no decimals. The rightmost column is the unit column.
Hi, the abacus is Chinese invention, not japanese !!!
i never made any claim to who invented the abacus. i'm just clarifying that this problem pertains to the japanese soroban, which is specifically designed for base-10 arithmetic.
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i dont get it..how does it work?
Filter AC, pass DC
Project Euler: Problem 1, Multiples of 3 and 5
Make one big string out of two smaller strings
Number of 1s in a binary string
Convert from Base 10 to base 5
Number of Circles in a Number
Set a Soroban Abacus
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