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mbma526
 one year ago
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Discuss any relationships you see in the table? Then, look at the equation below and calculate whether a2 + b2 is >, <, or = to c2 based on the numbers you recorded in your table.
a2 +b2=c2
a:>
b:<
C:=
Were you able to answer correctly? Why or why not?
mbma526
 one year ago
will medal Discuss any relationships you see in the table? Then, look at the equation below and calculate whether a2 + b2 is >, <, or = to c2 based on the numbers you recorded in your table. a2 +b2=c2 a:> b:< C:= Were you able to answer correctly? Why or why not?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0A is 3, B is 4 and C is 5. a2+b2 =c2 so 9+16+25 You can see that it equals 25 so u put the equal sign : =

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Does that help @mbma526
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