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# How we can prove the Pythagorean theorem?  Vijay Mukati
6 years ago
Dear Student, Pythagorean theorem can be proof in many ways. Almost all the method uses paper cutting method or uses some shapes and then some construction to prove this. You can easily refer from any good standard text book for its proof. Thanks.
6 years ago
Dear Student, Pythagorean theorem can be proof in many ways. Almost all the method uses paper cutting method or uses some shapes and then some construction to prove this. You can easily refer from any good standard text book for its proof. Thanks.
6 years ago
Pythagorean theorem can be proof in many ways. Almost all the method uses paper cutting method or uses some shapes and then some construction to prove this. You can easily refer from any good standard text book for its proof. Thanks.
6 years ago
Dear Student, Pythagorean theorem can be proof in many ways. Almost all the method uses paper cutting method or uses some shapes and then some construction to prove this. You can easily refer from any good standard text book for its proof. Thanks.
6 years ago
Pythagorean theorem can be proof in many ways. Almost all the method uses paper cutting method or uses some shapes and then some construction to prove this. You can easily refer from any good standard text book for its proof.
6 years ago

The Pythagorean Theorem was known long before Pythagoras, but he may well have been the first to prove it.In any event, the proof attributed to him is very simple, and is called a proof by rearrangement.

The two large squares shown in the figure each contain four identical triangles, and the only difference between the two large squares is that the triangles are arranged differently. Therefore, the white space within each of the two large squares must have equal area. Equating the area of the white space yields the Pythagorean Theorem,

That Pythagoras originated this very simple proof is sometimes inferred from the writings of the later Greek philosopher and mathematician . Several other proofs of this theorem are described below, but this is known as the Pythagorean one.

6 years ago
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5 years ago
MR PRAPUL,
The Pythagorean Theorem was known long before Pythagoras, but he may well have been the first to prove it.In any event, the proof attributed to him is very simple, and is called a proof by rearrangement.

The two large squares shown in the figure each contain four identical triangles, and the only difference between the two large squares is that the triangles are arranged differently. Therefore, the white space within each of the two large squares must have equal area. Equating the area of the white space yields the Pythagorean Theorem,

That Pythagoras originated this very simple proof is sometimes inferred from the writings of the later Greek philosopher and mathematician . Several other proofs of this theorem are described below, but this is known as the Pythagorean one.

The Pythagorean Theorem was known long before Pythagoras, but he may well have been the first to prove it.In any event, the proof attributed to him is very simple, and is called a proof by rearrangement.

The two large squares shown in the figure each contain four identical triangles, and the only difference between the two large squares is that the triangles are arranged differently. Therefore, the white space within each of the two large squares must have equal area. Equating the area of the white space yields the Pythagorean Theorem,

That Pythagoras originated this very simple proof is sometimes inferred from the writings of the later Greek philosopher and mathematician . Several other proofs of this theorem are described below, but this is known as the Pythagorean one.

5 years ago
In mathematics, the Pythagorean theorem, also known as Pythagoras's theorem, is a relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle. It states that the square of the hypotenuse (the side opposite the right angle) is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides.