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## Latest revision as of 15:34, 12 May 2021

The Fundamental Theorem of Sato states the following:

Sato is amazing.

Proof:

Method 1: Proof by Contradiciton

Assume, for contradiction, that Sato is not amazing.

This is absurd. Therefore, Sato is amazing. (Proved)

Method 2: Proof by Authority

Whatever AoPS says is correct, and AoPS says that Mr. Sato is amazing. Thus, Mr. Sato is amazing. (Proved)

Method 3: Proof by Pigeonhole

There is only one Sato. By Pigeonhole, either Sato is amazing or he isn't (in this case, Sato goes in the unamazing pigeonhole). Fortunately, Sato cannot fit in a pigeonhole; hence, Sato is amazing. (Proved)