**1)**

**Explain a² + b² = c²**

**a**

**² + b**

**² = c**

**²**

**(4x4) + (3x3) = c**

**²**

**16 + 9 = c**

**²**

**25 = c²**

So, a² in this case is 4 cm².

B = 3 cm² and C = 5 cm²

So, when you want to figure out what the hypothenuse is, you use this formula. So once you figure out that c² = 25, you find the square root of 25 which is 5 and that's what the hypothenuse on this triangle is.

* Notice that 3², 4² and 5² are all perfect squares.

( 3x3=9 ) ( 4x4=16 ) ( 5x5=25)

**2) Use a second grid to create a**

**² + b**

**² = c**

**²**

**Make the triangle**

Look at picture.

**3) C**

**² to C ... How ?**

To find out how to get C² to C you have to multiply the number by itself.

Ex. 5² you have to multiply 5 by itself.

5x5 = 25.

Then if you want to get from C to C² you have to do the opposite. This time, you have to figure out the square root of your number.

Ex. The square root of 25 is 5.

*This site should help you figure out the length of the hypothenuse and plus it has many formulas.*

*THANKS FOR READING MY SCRIBE POST ! And extra thanks to Mr. Harbeck for helping me make this scribe better :) Please feel free to leave any comments and suggestions you have.*

The second questions refers to using squares to prove the theorem. What is 4^2^ mean. Think about the last unit we did. Do you see it anywhere on your page.. and what about 3^2^? Just asking. You will figure it out by tomorrow and add a beautiful pic by then. Good job. Not perfect but done and informative. Ustream Video

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TERRIFIC JOB DIORELLA!

ReplyDeleteI liked the way that you "bolded" your words to make it stand out and that you used a picture and a link. Next time try adding in a video and some colors if you would like too, but overall you did a Magnificent Job!

Great job Diorella! I liked how you had good info, you took a picture of your work, its easy to understand, neat, and how you added in a link. Next time, you can try putting a video & colors ;)

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