Flushing, NY (CNN) — The newest edition of kindergarten textbooks has a lesson on the importance of learning math.
The new edition is titled “Kindergarden Basics.”
It is available online and in bookstores.
The lesson is a summary of the math concepts taught in kindergarten, which includes “continuous motion,” “rotation,” and “equilibrium.”
In it, the teacher explains that math is “a science that relates two things that are independent of each other.”
Kindergartens and teachers have been using the concepts to teach math since the mid-19th century.
The concept of continuous motion has been in kindergarten since the 1930s, and many of the concepts are similar.
This is why the word “motion” is sometimes used to refer to a process that happens in a straight line.
But the term “equilibria” is much older, and has been used in the past to describe a process where two things are in equilibrium.
The word “equidistrict” was used by Aristotle in his treatise On the Metaphysics of Motion.
This concept was also used by Plato in his Republic, and later in Aristotle’s Physics.