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chubbytots Group Title

check whether these sets of integers satisfy the pythagorean theorem. for any that do, sketch and label a corresponding right triangle. draw a diagram. a. {2,3,4} b.{15,20,25} c.{10,24,26} d.{5,10,15} i need help any one??

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  1. jidery Group Title
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    Pythagorean theorem is \[a^{2} + b^{2} = c^{2} \]

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    I did A for you, its not a triangle because it doesn't satisfy pythagorean theorem. |dw:1354251877163:dw|

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    b and c, there are specific patterns to the Pythagorean theorem.

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    The golden triangles are: (3,4,5), (5,12,13),(8,15,17) a) is not b) yes c) yes d) is not

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  5. chubbytots Group Title
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    can you give me the formula?? :)

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  6. galanh Group Title
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    These triangles come from Babylon and Pythagoras learnt from them when he was caught prisoner. The triangles come from gods.

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    ughhh the formula xDD

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