Sir Cumference and the First Round Table: A Math Adventure: Entire Book - Quiz

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 Select King Arthur got worried when he heard the Circumscribers were massed at Camelot's border. Hypothesize what the President of the United States would do if Mexico or Canada had a mass of troops at our country's border. Lady Di had several suggestions for making the table a better shape. Describe your ideal table for a group of people who need to talk. Lady Di had several suggestions for making the table a better shape. List all of the table shape ideas and why they did or didn't work. The King sent the knights to have jousting practice so he could talk to Sir Cumference about the parallelogram shaped table. Explain why this shape didn't work for King Arthur. The circular table was a huge success with the knights. List all the reasons the circular table worked. Enter your own writing prompt: Enter your own writing prompt: Enter your own writing prompt: Enter your own writing prompt: