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pythagoras was a Greek philosopher. Lived in the sixth century b.c. The pythagoreans , his followers, were skilled mathematician. They were the first to teach. That the earth rotates daily on its axis. Pythagoras is famous for a theorem. We studied this year. It involves triangles geometry depends on it. According to the theorem, the square of the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the other two sides.

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teach. That the
theorem. We
triangles geometry
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a.philosopher. Who lived
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d.No error
(2)
a.teach that the
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c.teach, and the
d.No error
(3)
a.theorem. Which we
b.theorem we
c. theorem, we
d.No error
(4)
a triangles. And geometry
b. triangles, and geometry
c.triangles, geometry
d.No error
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