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Incorrect. Pithagor Theorem Is True By Definition.

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Posted by Alexander on April 11, 2001 21:41:06 UTC

So it can't be wrong, because it is nothing more than corollary of definition of Euclidian space. It does not matter which Universe you live in, it is always correct as long as you have Euclidean space.

Same with all other mathematical laws of nature.

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