Monday, March 17, 2008

Jann's 2nd Scibe

Sorry this scribe is late, i forgot to finish it during the weekends.
Well, this scribe is about the Pythegorean Triple.

First, What is the Pythergorean Triple?

The Pythegorean Triple is a right angle triangle that uses a set of numbers such as 1,2,3,etc. This set of numbers has to be a decimal, also this set of numbers has to satisfy a² + b² = c²

For example, this set of numbers can be 3,4,5. Since 3² is equal to 9, 4² is equal to 16 and 5² is equal to 25. a² = 3 , b² = 4 , c² = 5²

If you put that in a diagram it would look like this...

You notice that C² is always the hypotinus. The hypotinus is the the line conecting 3² and 4² together, The vertical line and the horizontal line can be a² or b² usually, the vertical line is a² and the horizontal is b².

6 comments:

aHerrera said...

Good Job, Jann. Good explaining and diagram..

spmath said...

Good job Jann your explaination is clear..-Karla

mariya 873 said...

Good job and nice explanations.

nadine 873 said...

nice effort jann. you explained it well.

Michael Jordan 873 said...

nice job jann. you explane good and nice diagram

ivanneu873 said...

nice job, jann..keep it up..!