Theft of the Theorem
We are south of the city of Athens around 540 BC. You are students in the school of Pythagoras. The Greek philosopher and mathematician has made your group his disciples. He continues his geometric demonstrations with you.
He has just succeeded in calculating the length of a side by relating it to the other two sides! This afternoon he is to present this theorem to a group of scientists. If he succeeds in proving this theorem, it can be named after him.
Unfortunately, a spy has stolen important documents that would allow him to prove the theorem! Several people are suspected, but to find the thief, it is necessary to open a safe containing the stolen documents and the identity of the thief.
Pythagoras of Samos needs your help to open the safe and find the thief!