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PYTHAGORAS THEORUM
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IGCSE Maths Mind Map on PYTHAGORAS THEORUM, created by Anushka Gupta on 11/13/2014.
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PYTHAGORAS THEORUM
1 The name comes from the Greek mathematician Pythagoras
2 The sum of the squares of the lengths of the two other sides of any right triangle will equal the square of the length of the hypoteneuse
3 Pythagoras Triple: a2 + b2 = c2
4 The Pythagoras Theorom started as a rough idea and then developed by President Garfield, Euclid and Socrates
5 The Pythagorean Theorem is Pythagoras' most famous mathematical contribution.
6 In Pythagoras Theorum, The sides , A and B represent as the Base and the Perpendicular and C is the Hypotenuse
7 Definition: The important relationship between the length of the sides of a right- angled triangle
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