“Numbers rule the universe,” said Pythagoras. Living 500 years before Jesus, 900 years before the concept of zero was invented, and 1,700 years before the Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3) was brought to the West, Pythagoras laid out the critical foundation of geometrical connections – that a2 + b2 = c2 – and concluded the fundamental relationship between a right triangle and a square. 645 more words
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Use your knowledge of Geometry to help the famous mathematician Euclid in an incredible adventure among the pyramids.
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In mathematics, the first of Euclid’s five general axioms is: “Things which are equal to the same thing are equal to each other.” Chocolate and strawberries and chocolate and bananas and, heaven knows, strawberries and bananas have affinity relationships with one another. 447 more words