I have to prove this statement: Euclidean parallel postulate equivalent pythagorean. Someone gave me the proof of pythagorean but I don't see the link between Euclidean parallel postulate and pythagorean. Someone helps me, please.

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I have to prove this statement: Euclidean parallel postulate equivalent pythagorean. Someone gave me the proof of pythagorean but I don't see the link between Euclidean parallel postulate and pythagorean. Someone helps me, please.

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honestly it's very hard to see the connection
Among the proofs, 112 proof for pythagorean, I tried to figure out which one using Euclidean parallel postulate but I failed. Surely, to show the Euclidean implies pythagorean, we need a proof which used // postulate to prove to show pythagorean implies //, we do backward. But it seems I failed on figuring out which proof has both sides like that. :(

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http://www.cut-the-knot.org/triangle/pythpar/PTimpliesPP.shtml this is the most referenced article I've seen

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