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Here is the link of wikipedia what

Pythagorean theorem mean.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_theorem
Some basic rules

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This may help someone but don't you learn this in like 6th grade?

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Yeah but If anyone have problems I'm here to help him

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dude, kindly fix the images. it's kinda blurred. thanks!

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I find Pythagoreas therom easy. It's basically, if it's the longest side which is the hypotenuse that you need to find out then square the 2 other sides then add the 2 sides together, then square root them to get your answer. If it's the shorter side you need to find out the 2 other sides BUT this time, minues the 2 sides then square root them.

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Thanks for the helpfull information.

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If you guys really need help with pythagorean theorem, then just PM me and I can teach you how to make a program on the TI-84 that will instantly solve it for you.

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Formula for Pythagorean theorem: a^2+b^2=c^2

Which ever side is missing you will have to find the roots of the integers.