## 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.

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.