# :) PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM (:

### HERE WE WILL SHOW HOW TO USE THE THEOREM

## THE HISTORY📰

The theorem all started back in Ancient Greek. A person named Pythagoras was the first person to show proof of the Pythagorean therorem. That is why Pythagoras was named after the theorem.

## HOW TO MAKE THE EQUATION

First we would plug the numbers in. So for

**a(squared)**we would put in 3. Then for**b(squared)**we would put 4. Finally for**c(squared)**we would put 5.## HOW TO SOLVE THE EQUATION

So now that we plugged the numbers in,we now solve them. So for 3(squared) we would multiply 3 by 3 which equals 9. Then for 4(squared) we would multiply 4 by 4 which equals 16. After we would multiply 5(squared) which is 25. Afterward we would add 9+16 which equals 25;so that equals the same as c(squared)

**(25).**So now we know that 3(squared)+4(squared)=5(squared)## VOCABULARY YOU MIGHT SEE

Here is the Vocab you might see.

Hypotenuse- the longest side of the triangle;connects to the legs

Legs- the two sides of the triangle that makes the right angle

Right angle- it's a 90 degree angle