WHAT IS AND HOW TO USE SOROBAN?
The Soroban (or Japanese abacus), consists of a wooden frame, which holds columns of beads.
For hundreds of years, this tool was used by bankers and merchants as the original calculator.
There is a central horizontal bar that divides the beads, where the bottom beads have a value of 1 and the top bead has a value of 5.
Each columns represents one decimal place, from right to left (units, tens, hundreds, etc.)
The count is made according to the beads that are closest to the central bar.
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