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Pythagorean Theorem By: Emily DeArman
To the Justin Biebers - ONE TIME
When I first learned this my head when knock, knock. Now that I learned my brain just wont stop, stop.
And even though its a struggle Ms. D gives us all shes got. So we keep climbin, climbin till we reach that class top.
A squared + B squared Equals somethin like c squared You use it, to find The missing side of a triangle..
Its pythagor, pythagor, pythagorean theorem Ima tell you one time, Its the best, its the best. Ima tell you one time, its the best theorem
You use it, to find the missing mea-sur-ment Ima tell you one time Its the best, its the best. Ima tell you one time Its the best theorem
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