Contents of the Papyrus
What exactly is on the Rhind Papyrus?
 It begins with the division of 2 by odd numbers from 3 to 101 (Section 1: Division of 2 by Odd Numbers)

Problems 16 are the division of 1,2,6,7,8,9 by 10 and then checking the answers (Section 2: Division of Numbers 19)

Problems 716 are the multiplication of multiple fractions by multiple fractions (Section 3: Multiplication by fractions)

Problems 1720 are the multiplication of single fractions by groups of fractions (Section 4: Completion Problems)

Problems 2123 are adding groups of fractions to groups of fractions to get 1 (Section 4: Completion problems)

Problems 2429 are adding a fraction of a quantity to itself and using the total to find the value of the quantity (Section 5: Quantity Problems)

Problems 3034 are dividing numbers by groups of fractions (Section 6: Division by a Fractional Expression)

Problems 3538 are the multiplication of a variable and a fraction of it are summed to 1 (Section 7: Division of a Hekat)

Problems 3940 are multiplying whole numbers by ammounts to get other whole numbers (Section 8: Division of Loaves)

Problems 4146 are the volumes of certain objeects (Section G1: Problems of Volume)

Problem 47 is another division of the Hekat problem, but this one is about putting many Hekats into a store room (Section G2: Division of 100 Hekat)

Problems 4855 are about finding the areas of certain regions (Section G3: Area)

Problems 5660 are about relating the sides of triangles (Section G4: Pyramids)

Problems 6187 are (miscellaneous) and deal with things ranging from mixtures of precious metals to cooking ratios, to hekats and loaves of bread.
What other sources are there of Egyptian mathematics and what other insight do they give us?