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Osmosis Jones - It's Science Not Math
In the portion of the movie where Bill Murray's character is talking to the kid with the oysters in the science fair he(Bill Murray) ask the kid if he can eat the oysters and the kid says yes if my hypotenuse is correct. It should have been hypothesis a hypotenuse is the measure of the long side of a right triangle
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Anonymous on 10-19-2004
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Whitney writes:
That wasn't a slip up it was just showing that the boy wasn't that bright.
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Paradox writes:
Actually, they were trying to give the impression that the kid wasn't all too bright. The teacher even said he was slow, so it's not a slip-up.
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Tom C. writes:
Are you sure you didn't just here what he said wrong? I'm Prtty sure he used the word hypothesis. But if I'm wrong don't hold it against me.
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