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@Hero can you help me?
@ccswims I can prove this one for you but I am sleepy so give me a shake and hug and I will help you
? wait what do you mean?
Ok just type "Robert I need your help don't fokiing sleep and help me"
Robert, I need your help, drink an energy drink if you have to but dont fall asleep on me
Ok no problem
First off in proving this theory you need to construct squares above the triangle.
Ok that pattern continues for four times
why the 4(ab/2)? like why times 4?
That figure represents the equation I just gave you
You can see from the diagram above that 4 applies to how many triangles in that thing
ohh, ok, so far I'm getting it. Whats next?
That's it sister
Draw a diagram that looks like a square that has 4 triangles in rotating manner and in the center lies the square.
You can reason that when pythegoream theorem is shown with diagrams and that equation it precisely says that squares constructed above the triangles are exactly as described with that equation and as such it is proven!!
ok, this wasn't as bad as I thought it was lol. Thanks!
No problem! I am glad you picked something up from my brain