by Cameron James 

Pythagorean Theorem yo π€
Pythagorean Theorem is what you can use to figure out C if you know the value of A and B
This is the basic equation in its simplest form π Without any values in place
Letβs have an example where A=6 and B=8 π€
This is what the equation would look like with the values in π
After squaring the 6 and 8 you get 36+64. Reminder! Squaring is multiplying a number with itself e.g. 6x6 and 8x8
Simplifying this equation further, we can now calculate that π― = x squared
Therefore we now know that the square root of 100 = square root of x squared πͺπ»
Once weβve worked out that the square root of 100 is 10 we can the conclude that x=10 π§π₯
The final triangle! π€π€π€Tick.Done.
Cameron James