Pythagoras

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From Ancient Greek Πυθαγόρας (Puthagóras).

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Pythagoras

  1. An Ancient Greek mathematician and philosopher
  2. (mathematics, colloquial) Pythagoras' theorem.
    • 1988, Serge Lang and Gene Murrow, Geometry, ISBN 0387966544, page 203:
      By Pythagoras, we find the length of the third side, |AB|2 = (2a)2 – a2 = 4a2 – a2 = 3a2
  3. A male given name of mostly historical use, and a transliteration from modern Greek.

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