An architect is building a series of pyramids to use in landscaping a fancy garden. The pyramids are going to be of different heights, and she wants to know how many bricks she will need to build a pyramid of any height. In 1669, Hennig Brand tried to make gold out of his own urine. Instead, he unexpectedly discovered the element phosphorus.

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