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 Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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 event of the worm with a triangle saying that the triangle
 divides into two triangles if a line is drawn through it. So
 that of dividing a triangle in two, and let one explain the
 here a triangle; if you draw a line through it in a certain
 way, it does indeed divide into two triangles. Each half is a
 triangle just as the worm when divided becomes two worms.
 However, if you divide the, triangle differently, one of the
 parts becomes not a triangle but a quadrangle. In other
 triangles.
 two could be compared to dividing a triangle in two, he would
 as he divided the triangle that the mere act of dividing does
 not guarantee that the result will be two triangles. In order
 concept triangle, which is to be applicable to both parts
 well as that of triangle. The comparison could have been
 that guaranteed the division would result in two triangles.
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