Geometry of The Great Pyramid || The Mathematics Of Pyramids Of EgyptPyramids, being an ethical structure associated with Egypt and its history, also store many hidden facts. The pyramids have been in the top list of scientists and their various studies. In this video, we have bought you the relation of Maths with these pyramids, specifically the famous Great Pyramid of Giza. We have used plenty of figures, facts, and data to make the entire concept interesting and understandable for you. Watch the video till the end and get to know these fantastic historical structures in depth. Happy Watching!!
Created by: Shraddha Somani & Amit Nag
Animation by: Shubh Vidyarthi
Voiceover by: Anika Vidyarthi
Using the Equinox to Align the Great Pyramid of Egypt | Ancient ArchitectsThe #GreatPyramid of #Egypt is an ancient feat of #engineering, and now an engineer has figured out how the Egyptians may have aligned the monument almost perfectly along the cardinal points, north-south-east-west — they may have used the shadows cast by the sun during the autumnal equinox.
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For centuries after their discovery, the trigonometric functions—of which the most familiar and fundamental are those known as the sine and cosine—were closely associated with the properties of triangles.
pyramid, in geometry, solid figure bounded by a polygon (the base, or directrix) and the surface generated by a moving line (the generator) passing through a fixed point (vertex) and continually intersecting the perimeter of the polygon.
A pyramid is an artificially made geometric solid of the shape made famous by the royal tombs of ancient Egypt. It is a solid with a base of a three-sided or foursided polygon (trilateral or quadrilateral, respectively) and whose lateral faces are triangles (trilateral sides) with a common vertex (the vertex of the pyramid).