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Pythagorean Theorem And Its Converse3.9 Pythagorean Theorem And Its Converse
3.9 – Pythagorean Theorem & ConverseIn a RIGHT triangle a b c a + b = c 2
3.9 – Pythagorean Theorem & ConversePythagorean Triple A set of NON-zero numbers that make Pythagorean Theorem work. Examples: 3, 4, 5 5, 12, 13 8, 15, 17 7, 24, 25
3.9 – Pythagorean Theorem & ConverseExample: Find the length of the hypotenuse. Do they form a Pythag. Triple? 21 20
3.9 – Pythagorean Theorem & ConverseFind the missing side. 8 20
3.9 – Pythagorean Theorem & ConverseCan you use Pythag.’s Theorem to figure out if a triangle is a RIGHT triangle or not? Remember, Pythag.’s Theorem works for RIGHT triangles!!!
3.9 – Pythagorean Theorem & ConverseIs the triangle a RIGHT triangle? 84 13 85
3.9 – Pythagorean Theorem & ConverseCan we use Pythag.’s Theorem to tell us if a triangle is OBTUSE or ACUTE?
3.9 – Pythagorean Theorem & ConverseYES we can!!!! If then the triangle is OBTUSE If then the triangle is ACUTE a + b < c 2 a + b > c 2
3.9 – Pythagorean Theorem & ConverseClassify the triangle whose sides are 6, 11, and 14 as acute, obtuse, or right
3.9 – Pythagorean Theorem & ConverseClassify the triangle whose sides are 7, 8, and 9 as acute, obtuse, or right
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Objective: To use the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse.
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