Year 6 Mathematics: Prisms and Pyramids
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Construct simple prisms and pyramids (ACMMG140
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AEF’s suite of Asia-focused curriculum resources for Mathematics
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Ancient pyramids in Indonesia

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Gunung Padang megalithic site in Indonesia is claimed to be the site of the oldest pyramid in the world. Photography by Alex Ellinghausen.
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Pyramids in China - Crystalinks

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"Pyramids found in China"

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Borobudur Temple Compounds - UNESCO World Heritage Centre - Indonesia

Borobudur Temple Compounds - UNESCO World Heritage Centre - Indonesia | Year 6 Mathematics: Prisms and Pyramids | Scoop.it
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Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat, Cambodia | Year 6 Mathematics: Prisms and Pyramids | Scoop.it
The temple of Angkor Wat in Cambodia was constructed by Suryavaram II of the Khmer civilization in the 12 century.
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Stunning images of Angkor Wat are accompanied by a history of the settlement site as a strategic military area and its position for agricultural potential. There is an explanation of the cosmological importance of the number of towers – 108 which is the sum of 72 and 36 – important numbers in Hindu and Buddhist religions.  Interesting facts include that the Angkor Wat complex, is for example, built 72 degrees longitude east of the Pyramids of Giza.

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The Archaeology News Network: Indonesia "Pyramid" built by 2,000 people

The Archaeology News Network: Indonesia "Pyramid" built by 2,000 people | Year 6 Mathematics: Prisms and Pyramids | Scoop.it
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Home page - Pyramids of china

Home page - Pyramids of china | Year 6 Mathematics: Prisms and Pyramids | Scoop.it

Historically China is well known for things like the Great Wall of China, its dynastic rulers and of course it superb china ware. It is not very well known for its Pyramids, well China has a large number of pyramids, possibly over a 100.

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UNDERWATER PYRAMIDS: JAPAN 2

UNDERWATER PYRAMIDS: JAPAN 2 | Year 6 Mathematics: Prisms and Pyramids | Scoop.it

"Images of underwater pyramids found off the coasts of Japan:

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World Pyramids - Asian-Pacific

World Pyramids - Asian-Pacific | Year 6 Mathematics: Prisms and Pyramids | Scoop.it
All about Pyramids, World Pyramids Map and Mysteries of Ancient Civilizations.
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