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THE THEOREM OF PYTHAGORUS.
In our informative years we learnt the basics of geometry, (amongst other things), and how to do strange things with angles, both acute and obtuse, and this knowledge has stood us in good stead for many years since.
We spent hours getting to grips with the complicated calculations and derivations and summations and lots of other shuns but none inspired us so much as Pythagorus Theory and the complete mastery it gave us over those horrible three pointed shapes called right angled triangles. It is one of the things we learnt at school that we still use today. Indeed, where would us electrical types be if we didnt have dear old Pythagorus to help us calculate impedances etc.
But who was Pythagorus?
Some believe he was some old Greek bloke with an obsession, but in the real world he was in fact a famous Red Indian Chief
His theory was derived from the time he came of maturity and took himself a wife, or squaw as they were known colloquially. The Indian village had many tepees and there were many maidens to choose from and so he decided that he would visit each maiden in turn to see if she could satisfy his requirements. He worked very hard at this task, it was very exhausting but quite rewarding (This exercise became known as the squaw rut and over the years has evolved into the similar expression used today)
However, he finally chose three maidens to become his squaws. One squaw was placed in a tepee with his best antelope skins for her to rest on. The second one was in a tepee with his best buffalo skins as her bed. The third one, his favourite, had the biggest tepee and was given the honour of sleeping on his very special skins taken from a hippopotamus.
Eventually each squaw became pregnant and on the big day all gave birth, two of the squaws had a son each but his favourite squaw produced two Sons.
It was from this event that his acclaimed theory was developed as follows, that in general summation, or at least as far as the production of Sons is concerned, the squaw on the hippopotamus hide is equal to the Sons of the squaws on the other two hides. Q.E.D
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