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Originally Posted by Quopol
I think whatever in math was right has been discovered and whatever is incorrect in math has been invented...
I heard someone mentioned a cube and square. We can find the area and volume of a cube/square by various formulas but the style of those may be different. But it works, so shouldn’t it be true because volume and areas exist in every kind of 2D and 3D shapes imaginable?

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I've quoted here because I want to point out we were discussing assuming as if it was all correct, but I like your ideas.
The cube/square scenario was describing perspective, so if you look at a cube face on it looks like a square right? But if you have had and can not have any other view of the cube other than face on you would assume it was simply a square and had no evidence to prove otherwise
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