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[145c] that he was not speaking in jest.

That is not Theodorus's way. But do not seek to draw back from your agreement on the pretext that he is jesting, or he will be forced to testify under oath; for certainly no one will accuse him of perjury. Come, be courageous and hold to the agreement.

I suppose I must, if you say so.

Now tell me; I suppose you learn some geometry from Theodorus?


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