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Who created math?
The Ancient Greeks
The Pythagoreans
The Ancient Greeks and the Pythagoreans
Albert Einstein
Euclid's theorem consisted of what parts?
definition, axiom, theorem, and proof
proof, axiom, and theorem
definition and proof
proof, axiom, and definition
When did Ahmes present the first approximation of pi as 3.16?
300 BC
1850 BC
2000 BC
800 BC
Why was math created?
To help us understand everything around us
To help us travel
To help us measure the White House
To help us measure the weight of an elephant
When was math created?
300 BC
800 BC
2017
2020
Where was math created?
Mesopotamia
The Bermuda Triangle
Rome, Italy
Brazil
Why was the Pythagorean Theorem created?
Pythagoras believed that the hypotenuse in a right triangle is equal to the sum of the other two sides.
Pythagoras wanted to create his own secret theorem
Albert Einstein got bored one day and decided to create the Pythagorean Theorem
Trick question, the Pythagorean theorem wasn't ever created
Who created Thales' Theorem?
Thales
Pythagoras
Albert Einstein
Archimedes
In India, what does "lakh" mean?
1000
10000
100000
100
Where can math be used today?
cooking
shooting a basketball
pitching a baseball
all of the above
What number does 9 lakh represent?
900000
90
900
9000
Thales was considered the first true mathematician.
True
False
What was the first approximation of pi?
3.16
1.36
6.31
3.61
What continent is Mesopotamia located in?
Africa
Florida
Egypt
Asia
In the video, what did one tally mark stand for?
a season
a tree
a stone
a person
In the video, how many tally marks did a large cone stand for?
60
1
10
In the pythagorean theorem, what is the formula to calculate the hypotenuse in a right triangle?
^{a^2+b^2=c^2}
a^2+b^2+c^2
a^2-b^2+c^2
a^2=b^2+c^2
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