Pythagorean Triple

Part 1.

The Pythagorean Theorem states that the two

legs (a & b) and the hypotenous is (c). The Pythagorean Theorem is - a2 + b2 = c2. The Pythagorean Triple is when you have 2 perfect squares you add the two perfect squares (the legs a & b) together. Then when you add them together you get another perfect square.

a2 + b2 = c2

(a squared + b squared = c squared)

The Perfect Square Chart

This picture shows what the number equals when it is squared, using this perfect square chart.

## 4 comments:

Awesome Work Emily! =D

I dont see any mistakes, yet. xP

hello emily.. ... .............

good job... hehehe . i like your froggy, =D . But i think i've seen the description for part one someone too.

nice job emily i like how you showed pictures and didn't just use words because its more easier to understand the work with the pictures.

dont forget to do " PART 4 " !!

Good Job!

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