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# Now solved: 312 List the first five terms of the sequence

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Problem 6

312 List the first five terms of the sequence.

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Week 4 Notes:  Law & Babylon  Hammurabi (The most famous king) o Wanted to create violence free streets o Built dams and dikes o He’s doing what he’s told from the Gods to keep them happy  Hammurabi’s Code o Displayed in the Louvre in Paris o 7.5 feet high o Written in cuneiform o Set punishment for each crime o Not the first set of laws o Similar in format and structure with other laws o Wrote more laws to keep people from finding loop holes o Punishment depends on the person’s status of living (elite, commoner, etc.)* o Set a minimum wage* o Anyone is innocent until proven guilty o Meant to be displayed in a public area o It is not proven that people were actually punished with these consequences o An Eye­for­an­Eye* o Influenced our laws today  Code of Ur­Nammu (21 century BCE) o Created 300 years prior to the Hammurabi code  Code of Lipit­Ishtar o Two centuries prior to Hammurabi’s code  Civilizations 1: Africa 600 BCE – 600 CE (North Eastern Africa)  Savanna: Green, water, animals  Steppe: Not a lot of water, a few animals  Both now the Sahara Desert  Nubian C

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