1. Draw a square in the center of your construction paper; use your ruler to make your lines straight. 2. Measure the sides of your square with the ruler. Using this measurement,
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so that it would be stronger and they could build tombs inside of it and so that it could be stacked higher and not fall over.
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1. Find the length and/or width of the base. Since, by definition, square pyramids have bases that are perfectly square, all of the sides of the base should be equal in length. In
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Square pyramids are what the Egyptians and Mayans created. They begin with a rectangular base with sides of equal magnitude and then have staggered layers of roofs above in a stairstep
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