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 equation for the Pythagoras Theorem is written as: a2 + b2 = c2. The theory of this equation is to provide analysis of the sum of squares from 2 different sides.
The Pythagoras Theorem is-a mathematical equation that measures the area belonging to-a triangle.
Pythagoras created the mathematical equation: a2+ b2= c2. This describes how the length of the legs of a right triangle squared added together will be equivalent to the length of the hypotenuse.
Pythagoras, a Greek mathematician, invented the Pythagorean Theorem, which is that the hypotenuse of a right triangle is the side opposite the right angle. The equation is a2+b2=c2.
it's all part of the pathagereum therum
Pythagoras was called "Pythagoras of Samos" because he was born in Samos.
It is pretty simple, all you have to do is know the equation "A²=+ B²=C²", but you always have to remember that the longest side is "c"
The idea of the Pythagorean theorem is very old. It has been used for over 4000 years. However, Pythagoras was the first to actually use it as a mathematical equation in 500 BC. Therefore, he is credited with the discovery.
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 different from a2+b2=c. The square root of 100 is 10. The length of your hypotenuse is 10.
pythagoras made the famous pythagoras theorem and many more....
what qualificationa do pythagoras have.
Pythagoras drowned him.
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
Pythagoras cult rules where the rules is? Pythagoras cultis not definened
Yes, Pythagoras is a mathematician.
Yes, Pythagoras is real
Pythagoras wife is Theano.
the egyptians used Pythagoras thereom before "Pythagoras" so called founded it.
His only name in historical record is Pythagoras, he is sometimes called Pythagoras of Samos
Pythagoras is called the father of numbers because he discovered the Pythagoras theoram.
Pythagoras discovred it to find unknown sides in a right angled triangle
Pythagoras is great for all the things he did. Including: Making Pythagoras' Theorem and even more.
Pythagoras i think you mean "Pythagoras' theorem" and it was invented by a man named Pythagoras
Pythagoras was a rich man.
Pythagoras was born around 570BC.
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