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Smn theorem

The Samson theorem is like a game. It is like Rock, Paper, Scissors, but with numbers. Imagine four numbers - 2, 4, 6, and 8. Each number is like a different shape. The Samson theorem says that if you multiply any two numbers together and keep multiplying the numbers together, you will always get the same answer. So, if you multiply 2 and 4 together, you get 8. Then if you multiply 8 and 6 together, you also get 8. It doesn't matter which two numbers you use, you will always get the same answer.
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