A pythagorean triple us 3 numbers that follow the rule of A2+B2=C2

A very good example of a Pythagorean triple is to use "3,4,5" This picture shows you that

- 32=9
- 42=16
- 52=25

When your going to Find a missing leg you must follow the Formula of C2-A2=B2 OR C2-B2=A2 Ex.

52-42=A2 25-16=9 9=A2

Square root of 9=3

HOW TO FIND THE MISSING HYPOTENUSE

32+42=C2 9+16=25 Square root of 25=5

Question 3)

Worksheet problem A.

First follow the pythagorean theorem.

A2 + B2 = C2 25,2 + 10,2 = C2 625 + 100 = 725 725/ = 26.925

(FOR PICTURE BELOW)

729 - 676 = 53

725 - 676 = 49

26 49/53

And that's how you get your Answer.

Question 4)

Tristian is at the Brick. He is planning to buy a bed with the money he had kept for a

an amount of a very long time. He finds a bed that might be just right for him.

The bed is a right triangular shape. He knows that both (of the) short sides are 4

but he doesnt know what the (hypotenuse) long side is. Help tristian figure out how

long the side is.

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