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    Pythagorean Theorem Calculator

    The Pythagoras Theorem states that the area of square of Hypotenuse side of all right-angled 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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    \( a^2 + b^2 = c^2 \)

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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 right-angle triangle. The Pythagorean formula can be defined as:

    “In A Right-Angle Triangle, The Sum Of The Squares Of The Two Sides Of A Right-Angle 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;

    1. Base

    2. Perpendicular

    3. Hypotenuse

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