What is the equation for Pythagoras therum?
a squared plus b squared equals c squared.
example: a=5 5sq is 25 b=8 bsq is 64 64+25 or a squared + b squared=89. then you find the square root of 89 and there's your answer. 9.4 [rounded]
The square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares on the other two sides. This is one answer. the formula for the pythagorean therum is A2+ B2=C2. Say you have the length "a" at 6 inches and "b" at 8 inches. Your equation is 62+82=C2 or 36+64=100. Now you have to find the quare root of 100 or "c" because up above you had c2. that is…
A quadratic equation is univariate: it has only one variable. A quadratic equation cannot have two variables. So, if b and c are known then it is a quadratic equation in a; if a and b are known it is a quadratic in c. Another Answer:- The question given is Pythagoras' theorem formula for a right angle triangle
What is the number that no value of can be greater than for the solutions to the equation in fermats last theorem?
Pythagoras was his nickname. Pythagoras' real name was Pythagoras of Samos and that is how he was called. i.e. a guy knew him and said " greetings Pythagoras of Samos. " Only close friends would have called him Pythagoras. He is know just known as Pythagoras to modern people because we do not have such formalities as they did back then. Answer: Pythagoris was known as the "hyperborean Apollo" a being different from man or…