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There once was an Indian tribe known as the Pathagry's.
There came a time when three of the squaws in the tribe were pregnant and due to deliver all about the same date. So, the elders prepared a birthing teepee. Two places were prepared with animal hides while the other was prepared with a prized hippopotamus hide, since one of the squaws was the daughter of the chief.
When the day came, lo and behold, four male babies arrived. The commoner squaws each had a son while the daughter of the chief had twin sons.
Thus was born the Pathagry's theorem: That the sons of the squaw on the hippopotamus is equal to the sons of the squaws on the other two hides.
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