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Approximate readability: 6.29 (3376 characters, 766 words, 55 sentences, 4.41 characters per word, 13.93 words per sentence) Let me tell you a fable about how we come to understand things: One time, long before geometry was invented, Uzoma and Carmen were standing at the corner of a square racetrack.
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