Why is there a pyramid?
The triangle represents Maslow's hierarchy needs. It is catergorised into different levels of needs. We must accomplish the first level before we can reach the next level.Posted by DebbieL on 10/15/2015 5:20:17 AM Reply
The triangle represents Maslows hierarchy of needs that needs to organised into different levels and we must have each level of needs met until we can progress onto a higher level needs, moving towards self actualisation.
Pyramid shows that basic needs must be met before intrinsic ones
Th show that basic needs must first be met before moving on to needs on the next level
The pyramid shows the order of importance of need starting with our base needs and working up to self realisation.
The Pyramid is there because it symbolizes Maslow's Hierarchy of needs.
There are more lower level needs to be met in order to reach the top.
The pyramid symbolizes Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
RThe triangle represents the various needs one must satisfy before moving up the next level og triangle.
To represent maslow's hierarchy of needs in a certain order
to symbolize Maslow's hierarchy of needs
The pyramid helps divide the different motives on different level. The pyramid establish levels of needs with reference to the motives.