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Why did the Maya build observations?

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To get better observations of the sky, I guess...


Why did the mayans build observations


what year was the Maya build in Mexico


It took about 15 years to build a regular Maya temple.




They used adobe (or dried mud) to build the temples.


because they felt like it


They wanted to honor their gods, and be closer to them.



As the trade increased villages grew. By about AD 200, the Maya had begun to build large cities in Mesoamerica.



the Mayans mined limestone to build their pyramids and other structures


They built observatories so people would be able to study the sky.


The Mayan built structures and pyramids to honor their god or to make them "happy"


No they built more than 100 cities


operational observationsquantitative observationsmanipulated observationsqualitative observations


They studied the stars. Like different constellation's. They were the first one to build observatory's.


It was to them a place of worship like a temple. Some times it was used for sacrificing to the Gods


So that their priests could watch the stars and plan the best times for relegious festivals


quatitative observations have to do with QUANTITY and qualitative observations have to do with QUALITY.


Quantitative observations are observations with numbers


because they did alot of things like build tall buildings and paper


An environmental observation is information about a change, trend or development in industry, economic, national or global environments. Environmental observations are key pieces of data that, put together, help build understanding of the changing environment.


Quantitative observations are observations that can be precisely measured. Qualitative observations, meanwhile, are subjective observations that are based on the characteristics of what is being observed.



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