A^2 + B^2 = C^2 Side A squared plus Side B squared has to equal Side C squared
The Longest Side (Hypotenuse) Squared is equal to the adjacent side squared plus the opposite side squared, or in mathematical terms: a2= b2+ c2
The side lengths of a right triangle, squared, then added together, is equal to the hypotenuse squared.
The Pythagorean theorem is represented as a2+b2=c2. The 2 means squared, so that the length of side a squared plus the length of side b squared equal the length of side c squared, the hypotenuse - the side opposite the right angle in a triangle.
The side opposite the right triangle is the hypotenuse. The formula for finding the hypotenuse is A squared plus B squared equal C squared. C is the hypotenuse. If side A is 3 and side B is 4, the equation would read 9 plus 16 equal C squared, or 25 equals C squared. The square of 25 is 5, so the hypotenuse is 5.
Sin squared is equal to 1 - cos squared.
The hypotenuse of a right angle triangle when squared is equal to the base squared plus the height squared and the formula is usually given as:- a2+b2 = c2 whereas a and b are the base and height respectively and c being the hypotenuse which is the largest side
'A' squared, plus 'B' squared, must equal 'C' squared, but only if the 'C' side is the hypotenuse (long side). A right (or left) triangle MUST have ONE 90-degree angle.
3 squared is equal to 9
Yes providing that it is a right angle triangle in accordance with Pythagoras' theorem
It is a right angle triangle and the sum of its squared sides is equal to its squared hypotenuse in accordance with Pythagoras' theorem
It's the longest side. If a and b are the shorter sides, the square root of a squared plus b squared will equal the length of the hypotenuse