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[face=SPIonic]h(miseia moi=ra/ e)sti to\ e(\n toi=n duoi=n.[/face]I think this sentence means 'one (part) divided by two is a half part.
But what does toi=n mean.
And what is the form duoi=n.
Edit. I figured it out: toi=n and duoi=n.
Dual Genitive of the article and of du/o.
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