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Zaslavsky, Claudia. Africa Counts. New York: Lawrence Hill Books, 1973. ' Notices of the American Mathematical Society 40: 978-981, 1993. RONEGLASH ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ETHNOMATHEMATICS The term 'ethnomathematics' has two distinct meanings currently in use. D'Ambrosio (1990), who coined the term, takes it to mean a general anthropology of mathematical thought and practice. In that sense, the word applies to the connections between mathematics and culture in every geographic area, every human group, and in every historical moment on earth.

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