julie001
Hazel wrote the following statements to prove that c2 = x2 + y2.Which is the first incorrect statement in Hazel’s proof?



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julie001
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can u help?

Neemo
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I'll try !

julie001
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lol i appreciate it :)

Neemo
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ok :) what do you think ?!

julie001
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i think its 4 only bcuz i seen sum1 answer that but i always like to get another opinion

Neemo
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the satatement 4 is correct !
and the question why Area of figure A = 2 × Area of Figure B ? in 7th satement ! Is that possible ?!

Jonask
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Area of figure A = 2 × Area of Figure B

Jonask
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No the areas are exactly equal
so
\[c^2+2xy=a^2+b^2+2xy\]
which implies
\[c^2=x^2+y^2\]

julie001
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so is 4 correct?

Neemo
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yeaah !

Jonask
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Area of figure A = Area of Figure B
which implies statement 4 is incorrect

julie001
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GREAT THANKS! can u guys help with another?

Neemo
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kk !