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# Did Pythagoras have children?

# Who were Pythagoras children?

yes.....

# Where is Pythagoras from?

he was from Greece

# What is Pythagoras'?

It is the longest side in a right-angled triangle. You can find it by squaring and adding together the two shorter sides and when you get the answer, find the square root of t…he number.

# What were the names of Pythagoras' children?

Their children are variously stated to have included a son,Telauges, and three daughters, Damo, Arignote, and Myia.

# What were Pythagoras' children called?

His children are variously stated to have included a son, Telauges , and three daughters, Damo , Arignote ,and Myia

# Were Pythagoras' children boys or girls?

His children are variously stated to have included a son, Telauges , and three daughters, Damo , Arignote ,and Myia .

# How many children did Pythagoras and his wife have together?

Their children are variously stated to have included a son, Telauges , and three daughters, Damo , Arignote ,and Myia

# What sex where Pythagoras' children?

His children are variously stated to have included a son, Telauges , and three daughters, Damo , Arignote ,and Myia .

# What are the names of Pythagoras children?

His children are variously stated to have included a son, Telauges , and three daughters, Damo , Arignote ,and Myia .

# Did Pythagoras have children with Theano?

Yes she did she had to sons with him named telauges and mnesarchus

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# Did Pythagoras have a wife and did they have children?

yes and her name was theano

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# How many children did Pythagoras have and what are their names?

His children are variously stated to have included a son, Telauges , and three daughters, Damo , Arignote ,and Myia.

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# What sexes were the 5 children that Pythagoras had?

2 boys, 3 girls

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# Did Pythagoras marry and have children?

Yes.

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# Who is the Pythagoras?

Pythagoras was an ancient Greek mathematician who proved that the hypotenuse of a right angle triangle when squared is equal to the sum of its squared sides.