Monday, March 24, 2008

Angelica's GrowingPost

Part 1:
What is a Pythagorean Tripple?

Pythagorean triple are three unknown numbers: a, b, and c. They follow the formula a²+b²=c². A and B are the legs and c is the hypotneuse.

FORMULA: a²+b²=c²


a=8 a²+b²=c²

b=6 8²+6²=c²
c=? 64+36=c² ---------------------->

How to find the missing leg/hypotneuse

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