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[148b] in length, but only in the areas of the planes which they have the power to form. And similarly in the case of solids.1

Most excellent, my boys! I think Theodorus will not be found liable to an action for false witness.

But really, Socrates, I cannot answer that question of yours about knowledge, as we answered the question about length and square roots. And yet you seem to me to want something of that kind. So Theodorus appears to be a false witness after all.

1 That is, cubes and cube roots.

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