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Pythagoras’ Other Pythageorean Theorem

Ancient Greek mathematician and philosopher, Pythagoras, (born in 570 B.C.) found out an interesting fact about triangles. If a triangle has a right angle (90 degrees) and you make a square on each of the three sides, the biggest square … Continue reading

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Gone With The Whim (And They Don’t Give A Wham!)

Margaret Mitchell’s romantic novel about the American Civil War and Reconstruction, Gone With The Wind, was published in 1936 and won the Pulitzer Prize in 1937.  Had it been published in the Twenty-First Century, it might have been called Gone … Continue reading

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