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Icebreaker

Besides empirical measuring and without Pythagoras' knowledge of the theorem, how do we know the lengths of the sides of a triangle? Is this dealt with in "The Elements"?

That is, if we define the length of one side, with three angles, how do we know what's the measure of the other two sides using the most elementary methods?

That is, if we define the length of one side, with three angles, how do we know what's the measure of the other two sides using the most elementary methods?

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