What's the relationship between a^2, b^2, c^2 and the type of triangle?

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What's the relationship between a^2, b^2, c^2 and the type of triangle?

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there is NO relationship between a^2 b^2 and c^2 if you don't define them.
huh?
a^2 b^2 and c^2 can be anything.

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they can be angles that add up to 180, or the sides of the triangle like in the pythagoras's theorem.
the sides of a triangle
and again, they can be ANYTHING. they can be 16, 25, 36.
okay so what if a^2 is 25, b^2 is 144 and c^2 is 169 and the triangle is a right triangle
your point is...
i wanna know what the relationship is and i have no idea what it is
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so what's the relationship?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_theorem
when you know any of two you can find third one by using this formula
This is a right triangle and it has something to do with Pythagorean theorem.

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