**6cm to 8 cm**

**Formula:**

a² + b² = c²

6² + 8² = c²

(6x6) + (8x8) = c²

36 + 64 = c² a

100² cm = c²

√100² = √cm²

a² + b² = c²

6² + 8² = c²

(6x6) + (8x8) = c²

36 + 64 = c² a

100² cm = c²

√100² = √cm²

**10 = c ?**

**Question: How is 10 larger?**

**a) 36 + 64 = 100 (opinion.)**

**15cm to 8cm**

**a² + b² = c²**

15² + 8² = c²

(15x15) + (8x8) = c²

225 + 64 = c² a

289² cm = c²

√289² = √cm²

17cm = c²

15² + 8² = c²

(15x15) + (8x8) = c²

225 + 64 = c² a

289² cm = c²

√289² = √cm²

17cm = c²

**Show you know**

Homework :

Show you know # 1

A triangle has side lengths of 12 cm, 16 cm and 20 cm.

a) What are the area of the three squares that can be drawn on the sides of the triangle?

b) Is the triangle a right triangle? Explain.

Show you know # 2

The side of a right angle triangle is 9 cm, 12 cm and 15 cm.

a) Sketch a picture of the triangle. Draw a square on each side of a triangle.

b) What is the area of each square?

c) Write an additional statement using the areas of the 3 squares.

Nice post. Please title it

ReplyDeleteRaelynn's Pythagoras Scribe Postand your labels should just beName, scribepost and pythagoras.Good job

Great job Raelynn! You talked about everything we did in math class today, great diagrams. Thanks for putting the effort to write down the show you know questions on your post, that could be helpful for students who have a hard time accsessing the textbook website. The video you posted wasn't exactly what we talked about in class, but it was still helpful and ineresting. Again, great post!

ReplyDeleteGreat post, Raelynn! How you explained everything about what we did in class was great, and I liked how you changed the font colors for the formulas and the important words. The video was quite helpful in my opinion, and the pictures were well drawn, too. Oh, and thanks for posting up the homework, since I didn't get the other part down for both of them. Once again, great job!

ReplyDeleteI really like your post because it has a very descriptive photos, but here is a link for you to comprehend triangles more. Math Video

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ReplyDeleteAwesome job Raelynn. I love the pictures and the formula is great. Thanks for puting down the homework, I really needed it. I love the link it has everything we need to know. Great job.

ReplyDeleteGood job Raelyn! Nice post. Nice colors, nice formula. The video is helpful too.

ReplyDeleteGreat job on the post Raelynn, I liked that you have pictures to explain things more better. I would also recommend that you put a link for the post and some of your words didn't really make sense. Here is one post i found about

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Great post Raelynn. I like the pictures you drew and I liked how you used a lot of colors on your post. Next time put a link to make it better. Other than that, great job.

ReplyDeleteJust to let you know the link is where it says "Formula" and "Show you know". You may not notice it very well. Thank you.

ReplyDeleteAwesome job Raelynn! Your scribe was quite helpful and so is your video. Also your picture are really well drawn. Overall your scribe is great. Keep up the good work!

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