## Babylonian math problem – West Asian science

A real Babylonian math problem on a clay tablet What math problems did Babylonian kids do? This is a real math problem assigned to Babylonian kids in Iraq about 1900 BC. See if [...]

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A real Babylonian math problem on a clay tablet What math problems did Babylonian kids do? This is a real math problem assigned to Babylonian kids in Iraq about 1900 BC. See if [...]

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This is an equilateral triangle. A triangle is any set of three points on a plane and the lines connecting those points to each other, as long as the three points aren't all on the [...]

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This is a hexagon. See, it has six sides that are all the same length. Definition of a hexagon A hexagon is a flat shape, all in one plane, with six [...]

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This is an equilateral triangle. What makes a triangle equilateral? Equilateral triangles have all three sides exactly the same length. Because their sides are the same length, the three angles of an equilateral triangle are also [...]

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A butterfly has bilateral symmetry. Thanks to Wikimedia Commons What is bilateral symmetry? A shape has bilateral symmetry when it is the same on both sides of a line drawn [...]

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Two lines cross and form four angles Where any two lines cross each other, they form four angles. These angles are parts of a circle (as you can see from the green circle segments), [...]