Let's Play Geometry by L.N. Shevrin, V.G. Zhitomirsky, A. Repyev (Translator)

By L.N. Shevrin, V.G. Zhitomirsky, A. Repyev (Translator)

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Little Point was delighted with the town. "Oh Compasses, just look how very interesting everything is here! How many triangles there are around and how different they are. Look, look! This one is so long and gaunt, it's so funny. " "Yes," muttered Compasses, "I've seen many triangles in my life, but I've never been to the Town of Triangles. " Suddenly Point and Compasses saw something strange: a house stood before them but for some reason it wasn't triangular. It seemed that somebody had damaged it.

Will the angle become larger or smaller five minutes later? The desk clock indicates nine sharp. You can see that the hands make a right angle. Do you know some other times when the hands form a right angle? 59 When the Happy gang had tea at Pencil's again, Pinocchio said: "I wonder if Point and her friends will find the wicked RubberRobber? " "Yes, Pencil, it's been a long time since we listened to your fairy tale. " "And what else she will learn," added Gadgit. Little Point cried and Compasses consoled her: "Don't cry, little Point, don't be sad.

Do you know some other times when the hands form a right angle? 59 When the Happy gang had tea at Pencil's again, Pinocchio said: "I wonder if Point and her friends will find the wicked RubberRobber? " "Yes, Pencil, it's been a long time since we listened to your fairy tale. " "And what else she will learn," added Gadgit. Little Point cried and Compasses consoled her: "Don't cry, little Point, don't be sad. " So Point and Compasses set out on a journey. Compasses strode fast ahead. His legs were very long, but the poor little Point scuttled behind, hardly catching up with Compasses.

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