1)

This Pythagorean Relationship means that the sum of the areas of the two shortest sides of a right angle triangle (a and b) must always be equal to the area of the hypotenuse (c).

2) Solve for the missing side length.

a^2+b^2=c^2

12^2+ 5^2= c^2

144+ 25= c^2

169=c^2

root 169= root of c

13cm = c

the hypotenuse equals to 13cm.

3) Is this a right triangle? Prove it!!!

a^2 +b^2= c^2

8cm^2+6cm^2= 11cm^2

(8 times 8) + (6 times 6)= ( 11 times 11)

64+ 36=121

100 =/121

No, this is not a perfect right triangle because a^2 + b^2 is not equal to c^2.

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