# Project 1

### Project 1

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##### Aarya Teja K
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##### Transcript
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Once upon a time, there lived a wise but haughty king. He challenged a wise sage to a game of chess and offered any reward if he wins. The sage won and the King kept his word.
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The sage decided to use this opportunity to try and teach a lesson to the King. He asked the King to keep a grain of rice on the first square of the chessboard, 2 in the second and so on.
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As soon as the king heard that, He accepted defeat because when you go on multiplying like that, the final answer is 210 billion tons of rice, which is enough to cover entire India.
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Once upon a time, there lived a man who had 17 camels. After he died, it was written in his will that his eldest son should recieve 1/2 of the camels, one should get 2/3 of the remaining and the last should get 2/3 of the remaining camels.
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The children were confused. How can they divide 17 into half? Then, a friend of theirs helped them by giving a camel of her own.
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The eldest child recieved 9 camels, the next one 6 and the youngest child 2. This adds up to 17. Their friend took her camel away. Everyone was baffled by the solution.
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There are still many more examples of math in real life. This includes construction work, cooking, buying groceries, and travelling.