**Pythagorean theorem** is one of the most used theorems in right angle triangles. It gives us precise relation between length of sides. The right triangle is a triangle that has right angle.

It says that:

Where c is always length of hypotenuse. That means that point C will always be a vertex of a right triangle.

What does this theorem actually say?

It says that in a right triangle, the sum of areas of squares whose sides are the same length as legs of a right triangle is equal to the area of square whose side is the same length as the hypotenuse.

The right Triangle whose length of sides is equal to 3, 4 and 5 is called the Egyptian triangle.

Let’s forget that we know that the length of hypotenuse is equal to 5 and try to calculate it using Pythagorean theorem.

We have:

Where , and .

If we know lengths of any two sides of a right triangle, we can use this theorem to quickly find third.

Where , and .

## Pythagorean theorem worksheets

Right triangle

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