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Retired Underwater Submarine Bay (RUSB) The best tourist attraction ever made

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This is how it looks in a computer

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History It was built by the Greek in WW2. It was made to withstand evil forces using missiles fired form the submarines. It was very successful in WW2 because it wasnt discovered by the Greeks enemies. The submarine that fired the nuclear missiles at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was loaded and built in RUSB.

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Location It was built in the middle of the world because it was the last place the Greek thought anyone would look.

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The Math

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Math Explained The area of the base is about meters squared The area of the base is about meters squared First we found the area of each equilateral triangle and then multiplied it by 6 (the number of equilateral triangles in the figure). The answer is in simplified radical form. The perimeter of the entire figure is 180 meters The perimeter of the entire figure is 180 meters First we found the length of half of one side of one equilateral triangle then we multiplied that number by 12. The answer is in simplified radical form. First we found the length of half of one side of one equilateral triangle then we multiplied that number by 12. The answer is in simplified radical form.

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Why to go to RUSB RUSB is a more than 70 year old underwater base. It has walkways, a elevator from sea level to the base, an excellent view of all the aquatic life, and an airport above ground. You can also visit some of the submarines. It has a gift shop where you can buy all sorts of items. It is one of the most intriguing tourist attractions that you will ever find.

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Credits John Wang Designed RUSB Built RUSB Made the Why to go to RUSB Moral support Oskar Bonde History Found the measures of RUSB Designed the slide show Moral support Thanks to Google We wouldnt have made it with out you

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