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Who was Pythagoras?

Pythagoras (c. 580-500 B.C.) was an ancient Greek philosopher who  was interested in numbers and their meanings. He discovered the  relationships between mathematics and mus (MORE)

What did Pythagoras discover?

He discovered how to find the length of the missing side of a right  triangle, so if there was a 5 cm line and a 4 cm line he could tell  the length of the other line on a t (MORE)

What is Pythagoras' theorem?

Pythagoras' Theorem is a statement proving that in a right angled  triangle the square of the longest side (the hypotenuse) equals the  sum of the squares on the other two s (MORE)

What is Pythagoras'?

It is the longest side in a right-angled triangle. You can find it by squaring and adding together the two shorter sides and when you get the answer, find the square root of t (MORE)

Was Pythagoras a boxer?

It's entirely possible a life of Pythagoras states that : But Eratosthenes says, as Favorinus quotes him, in the eighth book of his Universal History, that this philosopher, o (MORE)

What is a Pythagoras notation?

This is an equation that can help you find the length of each side of a right angle triangle, as long as you already know two of the sides. This equation is: c² = a² + b² c (MORE)

Who is the Pythagoras?

Pythagoras was an ancient Greek mathematician who proved that the hypotenuse of a right angle triangle when squared is equal to the sum of its squared sides.
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