HOW THE TROJAN WAR REALLY STARTED PART 3

HOW THE TROJAN WAR REALLY STARTED PART 3

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  • Inside the mortal realm known as Earth.
  • Young lord, there's a river ahead. Should we get some rest for a while?
  • It looks like a good day today, young lord.
  • Let's rest for a while, Agelaus. We need to take some time off before continuing.
  • My father has been doing well all the time, young lord.
  • You're right, Agelaus. By the way, how was your father?
  • By the way, Agelaus, how was my father when he was still my age?
  • I see! I am quite nervous right now because of my math class.
  • Let's stop at the temple of Athena to pray for wisdom, Agelaus.
  • After taking their break near the riverbank, the two headed to the temple of Athena.
  • Oh King Priam, your father was indeed as noble as you, young lord.
  • Don't mind it, young lord. Let's pray to the Gods that you will do well in your class tomorrow.
  • As you wish, young lord.
  • Yes, Agelaus. After 2 hours of traveling, we are here at last.
  • We are now here at the temple of Athena, young lord. The main temple of the goddess is at the top of the mountain. We should head there.
  • In front of the temple of Athena
  • Yes, young lord. I will wait here for you.
  • After that, Paris entered the temple and asked Athena for guidance and wisdom.
  • Wait for me here outside Agelaus. I'll just pray quickly to Goddess Athena.
  • Inside the temple of Athena
  • After offering his prayer to the goddess, When he was about to open his eyes, he was already in front of the Gods and Goddesses.
  • Oh goddess Athena, I am hereby offering my worship to you to ask for your guidance and wisdom so that I will do well in math class today. May you watch me every time.
  • Welcome to Mt. Olympus, Paris. We summoned you here for an important task.
  • In order for you to decide, we will give the goddess their best offer for you to choose them and award the golden apple.
  • Where am I? This pressure.. this pressure is enough to crumble me down to the ground.
  • Mount Olympus? A task? Don't tell me you're Zeus, right?
  • Yes, you are right. He is Zeus, the supreme god. You are called here to decide who among these goddesses will receive the golden apple.
  • I am Athena. Paris, if you choose me, I will bless you with the wisdom you want.
  • Paris, I am Hestia. If you choose me, I will make you become a genius in architecture and astrology.
  • All of your offers are all tempting, but I think this golden apple will be given to Aphrodite.
  • My name is Aphrodite. If you choose me, I will give you the most beautiful mortal ever to exist.
  • Paris, I am Demeter. If you choose me, I will provide you with a bountiful harvest all throughout your life.
  • After the wedding celebration, Paris was sent back to the mortal realm, and Aphrodite used her might to help Paris get Helen, the most beautiful woman on earth.
  • News? Ah yes, young lord. Recently, your school, the Academia de Parthenon, posted an announcement that if anyone could answer the weekly question, they would be given a chance to date Helen.
  • How did your prayer go, young lord? I was worried when I entered the temple, and I couldn't find you anywhere.
  • Yes, young lord.
  • Ah erm, it went fine. By the way, have you received any news recently?
  • Helen? You mean the campus crush in the academy?
  • Young lord, we arrived safely at the palace. Your mentor is already waiting for you in the fireplace.
  • It is my honor and pleasure, young lord.
  • Thank you for your service, Agelaus. I do have fun traveling with you. I can't wait to learn math now.
  • I'll be heading inside now.
  • Inside the palace, specifically, in the prince's room.
  • Ahm erm ahm, I guess I'm doing great as a teacher.
  • Good day, teacher. How are you?
  • Are you sure? It seems it won't work well.
  • I'm just fine, Paris. How was your study when I was not in the palace?
  • I'm sure, teacher. So, what are we going to learn today?
  • Yeah, I think it was initiated by the Sociedad de Mathematica.
  • So, what are we waiting for? Let's start now with your home review.
  • You know it already. There's a weekly post at your school .
  • Today, we will be learning about the sequence.
  • Do you remember the shape of the beehive?
  • What is the connection between the beehive and learning sequences?
  • A sequence? I haven't encountered that one teacher. Can you elaborate?
  • As you can see Paris, nature follows a pattern. One of the examples is the beehive. At first, there is a single hexagonal cell. Then it is followed by 6 hexagonal cells, followed by 36, and so on.
  • Another example is the shell of the snail. Its shell follows the pattern of a golden ratio.
  • Are you still listening to me, Paris? Why are you spacing out like that?
  • I see. Well then, let's continue. Before that, shall we give the readers some examples found in nature that have a pattern?
  • I agree with you, teacher. It's unfair for me to learn all by myself. Why not include our readers?
  • Yes, Teacher. I was just imagining what you had said earlier.
  • I didn't expect that our readers would be intelligent. You all impressed me.
  • Don't be disheartened, my student. You will improve and master it sooner or later.
  • I am ashamed that I am the prince but my knowledge of math is just so-so compared to theirs.
  • I just can't accept it, teacher, but I will try my best.
  • Let's continue, my dear student. For this day, we will be exploring sequences only: how to identify them and some real-life examples of sequences.
  • Imagine that inside a farm there are four plots. In each plot, you could only plant an odd number of seedlings. You were given 68 seedlings, with 5 seedlings to be planted in the first plot and 8 seedlings for each plot. How many seedlings would be planted in the fourth plot?
  • Sorry, teacher. I can't really imagine it.
  • Teacher, I think I need the help of the readers right now.
  • I think that would be 29?
  • I got it. Hmm, yeah, that's nice. Despite the fact that I am only guessing hehehe
  • Good job Paris. You got it! Let's go outside and I will tell you something interesting.
  • That won't do, Paris. You should learn it by yourself.
  • As you can see from the structure of that tree, it follows a certain pattern from its branches even with its leaves. Just remember this one, Paris, that nature is a good example of patterns and that following a definite pattern is an example of a sequence.
  • Do you see that tree Paris?
  • What about that tree teacher?
  • Goodbye, teacher. See you in the next 3 days.
  • Thank you, teacher. I have learned a lot today about sequences.
  • After the teacher left the palace, Paris is busy mastering the lesson and will answer the first posted questions at his school.
  • I'll be back in the next three days for your next lesson.
  • It's good that you understood what I'm talking about for these past hours.
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