**Kiahna's Third Growing Post!**

This is an example o some of the work we did in class!

The first one on the top left corner says:

The pythagorean theroen states that the legs are a2 and b2. The hypotenuse c2. obey the following relaionship. A2+B2=C2.

The second one on the top right is:

A2+B2= C2

The third one on the bottom left says:

The pink one is 3x3=9.

The outside blue is also nine

so the pink is the outside of the bigger triangle

Kind of like hair.

**This is Question # 1**

Pythagorean Triple

a2= 36

b2= 64

c2= 100

You have to use a perfect square chart from one to ten

12 1x1 1

22 2x2 4

32 3x3 9

42 4x4 16

52 5x5 25

62 6x6 36

72 7x7 49

82 8x8 64

92 9x9 81

102 10x10 100

2 stands for squared

**Question #2**

**Find The Missing Number**

You use the perfect square chart to figure this out but this time you can use it from 1-to whatever you want. I used 1-30.

12 1x1 1

22 2x2 4

32 3x3 9

42 4x4 16

52 5x5 25

62 6x6 36

72 7x7 49

82 8x8 64

92 9x9 81

102 10x10 100

then just go up to 30.

**Question #3**

**Word Problem Letter B**

**My Word Problem**

Harry has 9 cm and 10 cm. He i useing the 9 cm for a2 and the 10cm for b2. He needs help finding the c2 . You ahve to find the missing side so do whatever you do for it and find the answer.

## 7 comments:

I don't understand your perfect square chart.

I don't understand your perfect square chart.

[edit]

12 1x1=1

why is there a 12?

i said the 2 for each one stands fro squared it is under the perfect square chart

OHHHHH!! LOL i didnt see that. sorry. Good work!

lol that messed me up too... until i read the comments. Well so far so good xD wouldn't it be easier if they had a button for that..(the little 2)

hey kiahna good job even with alittle mix up you explained it and its all good haha

Nice job

good job Kiahna! I was a little confused on some of your explanations! Looks good and great work!

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