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 Select Pythagoras kept getting into trouble because he was curious. Describe why curiosity can get you in trouble. The two men told Pythagoras to stop bothering them, or they would never get their work done. Explain why this was a fair statement or not. Pythagoras had a great idea for his father to go straight to Crete instead of going to Rhodes first. Explain why his father was afraid to do this even though it would save time and his business. When Pythagoras saw Alexandria, Egypt for the first time, he said he wished Saltos and Pepros could see it too. Hypothesize who Saltos and Pepros are and why Pythagoras wants them to see Alexandria. Pythagoras' father went back to get the other boxes of tiles while Nef got the money. Predict what is going to happen when Pythagoras' father gets back with the boxes. Pythagoras was very good at helping people even when they don't want him to help them. Tell about a time you wanted to help someone and they didn't want your help. Pythagoras told Saltos and Pepros he had an idea to help them get their columns straight. Hypothesize how Pythagoras is going to help them straighten the columns. Pythagoras developed a formula to identify right triangles and the distances between two points. Describe how he came up with the formula and how it works. Enter your own writing prompt: Enter your own writing prompt: Enter your own writing prompt: Enter your own writing prompt: