# Pythagoras' Theorem

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## Pythagoras' Theorem

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In this case, we can use Pythagoras' Theorem to find the length of CD easily (see Figure 5), which is actually 5 cm, and not the given 6 cm.
While these are our contemporary challenges, we, like the Babylonians, strive to deepen our understanding of the Pythagoras' theorem, and on the various triples that generate these useful right-angles for our everyday practical applications.
At the finite elliptic sphere radius R Pythagoras' theorem fails, because at non-equal coefficients (9) the square area upon hypotenuse is smaller than the sum of square areas upon catheters:
Alternatively, the errors could be detected and corrected by repeating the mapping, and perimeter and area calculations, using the Dutch coordinates, or simply by using Pythagoras' Theorem on both sets of coordinates as printed to locate and correct errors in both.
The earliest explicit statement of what we have all studied as Pythagoras' Theorem goes back to an ancient text called Baudhayana Sulvasutra, dating back to 800 BC.
or 'What is the proposition number of Pythagoras' Theorem in Euclid's Elements?
After reading it, I believe Pythagoras' Theorem should be renamed to suit its origins in Africa where it was practised 1000 years before Pythagoras set foot on the continent.
Every one of them got Pythagoras' theorem question right on the final exam.
I have lost count of the number of times our so-called `top' jockeys have made a similar decision, when a simple application of Pythagoras' theorem would tell them that any extra distance travelled by taking their mount to the outside is insignificant compared to the ground conceded by even a minor loss of momentum.
However, Pythagoras' Theorem may be applied to each map to identify the distance between co-ordinate points.
2] (6) This is also equal to the squared distance of the critical point from Best(PAR) by Pythagoras' Theorem (for any right-angled triangle, the square on the hypotenuse is the sum of the squares on the other two sides).

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