**B. No, there is no more then 1 answer because, there is no multiple of 12 between the perfect squares of 49 and 64.**

**Here's some games you can play (:**

**Pythagorean Relationship**

**1.**

**A pythagorean relationship means the sum of the areas of the two shortest sides of a right angle triangle (a and b), and it must always equal to the area of the hypotenus (c).**

**2.**

**^= squared.**

**a^+b^=c^**

**12^+5^=c^**

**(12x12)+(5x5)=c^**

**144+25=c^**

**169=c^**

**root 169=root c^**

**13cm=c^**

**The hypotenuse is 13cm.**

**3.**

**=/ = does not equal.**

**a^+b^=11^**

**(8x8)+(6x6)=(11x11)**

**64+36=121**

**100=/121**

**No it is not a right triangle because, the legs does not equal the hypotenuse.**

AWESOME JOB Nikka! Your pictures were very clear and understandable which was good. Plus I could understand how you got your answers better through pictures. I liked playing the games that you put they were very helpful. But next try to add a video and some color to make your scribepost even better but GREAT JOB overall!

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