The Pythagoras Theorem states that the area of square of Hypotenuse side of all rightangled triangle is equals to the sum of areas of square of two other sides of triangle.
It means, \( a^2 + b^2 = c^2 \)
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What is Pythagorean Theorem?
Pythagorean Theorem is another name for Pythagoras theorem. This theorem was derived 2000 years ago by a Greek mathematician Thales and his student Anaximander. They contributed their great efforts to the field of mathematics.
This theorem tells the relation in between the three sides of a rightangle triangle. The Pythagorean formula can be defined as:
“In A RightAngle Triangle, The Sum Of The Squares Of The Two Sides Of A RightAngle Triangle Is Equal To The Square Of The Hypotenuse”
You must be thinking what is the hypotenuse? Here is the answer!
In a right angle triangle (a triangle having 90°) has three sides;

Base

Perpendicular

Hypotenuse