## Wednesday, March 19, 2008

### Charmaine's Growing Post

My Scribe

In class today we did some multiple
I am going to do question "B".

The Question
A triangle has the side length 6 cm,
7 cm, and the square root is 13 cm.
Is this a right angle??

a2=(squareroot13)2=13
b2=62=36
c2=72=49
a2+b2=c2

Part 1:
Whats a Pythagoras Theorum?

A pythagorean Triple is 3 perfect numbers used to satisfy
the problem, a2+b2=c2. Some others are 3, 4, 5 and 6, 8, 10.

a=6 - a2=36
b=8 - b2=64
c=10 - c2=100

a2 + b2 = c2 + 64 = 100

This is one of the examples:

Part 2:

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Part 3:
LeFrog

LeFrog stands 1.5 m from a wall
where a fly sits 2 m high. If his
tongue leaves his mouth 70 cm
from the ground. How far does his
tongue have to stretch to eat the
fly??

a2+b2=c2
1.32+1.52=c2
1.69+2.25=c2
squareroot3.94=c2
squareroot3.94=c

Part 4:

My Question

The mouse slid down the cheese, he wants
to find out how far he sled. He knew
that the hight of the cheese was 10 cm,
and the length was 13 cm.
What is the missing hypoteneuse?