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Artificial islands around the world
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In this Bytes video learn about artificial islands, their creation, and environmental impact. Also get to know about some of the largest artificial islands according to their size.

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Shilpa Biju
8 months ago
The base of the triangular prism is 50 cm x 50 cm. show the number of blocks required are in the shape of cuboid however the given base is in the form of a triangle. hence the complete base cannot be converted into the form of cuboidal blocks. so when we are dividing the 50 cm of one side into 10 cm of each section we would be getting five such pieces, but the last block will not be in the shape of a complete cuboid so will have to leave it. the same thing happens as we proceed and in total there will be 5 blocks left from each side. Thus the total number of blocks which we cannot use since they are not in the form of complete cuboid will be 5 x 5. that's how it becomes 25 blocks which cannot be used as they are not in the shape of complete cuboids. you will understand this better when you try to visualise the whole situation or draw a diagram cutting the given triangular prism into small blocks of the given dimensions. hope this helps you.
Fantastic . Great Information with pics too. Please make a vid on History of Journalism
Fantastic . Great Information with pics too. Please make a vid on History of Journalism
Fantastic . Great Information with pics too. Please make a vid on History of Journalism
Fantastic . Great Information with pics too. Please make a vid on History of Journalism
Ma'am Please make a video on Harry Potter and it's love Throughout the world....
  1. ARTIFICIAL ISLANDS AROUND THE WORLD


  2. Island construction dates back to pre- historic times in ancient Egypt, Ireland, Scotland, and Mexico.


  3. They can, however, expand on existing islets or combine many small islets, or build and consolidate natural reef formations.


  4. Artificial islands may vary in size from small islets reclaimed solely to support a single pillar of a building or structure, to those that support entire communities and cities. Early artificial islands included floating structures in still waters.


  5. In modern times artificial islands are usually formed by Land Reclamation


  6. Dejima Islands, Nagasaki


  7. Ellis Island in Upper New York Bay, beside New York City, a former tiny islet greatly expanded by Land Reclamation.


  8. Flevopolder in Flevoland Netherlands


  9. Yas Island, Abu dhabi, UABE


  10. Kansai International Airport, Japan


  11. Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE


  12. Rokko Island, Japan