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Math

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Why was Pythagoras famous
Pythagoras was a well-known mathematician, scientist and religious teacher.
He was the first great mathematician.
He is still remembered today for his famous theorem in geometry, the 'Pythagoran Theorem'
Where he was born
Pythagoras was born in Samos, Greece, around 580 B.C.
Bibliography
http://www.unexplainable.net/ancients/11-facts-about-pythagoras.php
http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Pythagoras.aspx
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagoreanism

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagoras
Drawings by Veronica Velasquez
Triangles and Math
Basic Facts about Pythagoras
He was a mathematician.
Some believe that he invented the musical scale.
When he was young he traveled a lot, because of his interest in gaining more knowledge.
Great philosopher. Plato was greatly influenced by Pythagoras and the Pythagoreans.
he did not believe in decimal3 numbers
What Were The Pythagoras
They were a system of esoteric and metaphysical believers held by Pythagoras. They were greatly influenced by mathematicians, astronomy, and music. Pythagoreanism was created in the 5th century BC. It also had an influence in Platonism and vegetarianism.
Pythagorean Theory
Triangle 1.
Measurements
20.4 (leg)
20.5 (leg)
29.1 (hypotenuse)
Math
a² + b²= c²
20.4² + 20.5²= c²
416.16 + 420.25= c²
√836.41= √c²
28.9=c
Triangles and Math

Ashley
Pythagoras died in Metapontum, Italy, around 500 B.C
Triangles And Math
(Veronica)
Triangles and Math
Nicole
Triangle 3
Measurements:

Leg:52.5 cm
Leg:29.7 cm
Hypotenuse:60.3 cm
Math:
a² + b²= c²
52.5² + 29.7²= c²
2,756.25 + 882.09
= 3,638.34
√3,638.34 = 60.3
Triangle 4
Measurements:

Leg: 21 cm
Leg: 20.7 cm
Hypotenuse: 29.5 cm
Math:
a² + b²= c²
21² + b²= 29.5²
441 + b²= 870.25
870.25 - 441
=429.25
√429.25 = 20.7
Triangle 5
Measurements
12.5 (leg)
13.5 (leg)
18.5 (hypotenuse)
Math
a² + b²= c²
12.5² + b²= 18.5²
156.25-156.25 + b²= 342.25-156.25
√b²= √186
b= 13.64

Nicole
by Veronica, Ashley and Nicole
Triangle 2
Leg -11.1 cm
Leg -9.5 cm
Hypotenuse -14.5 cm
Math
a²+b²=c²
11.1²+9.5²=c²
123.2+90.25=c²
√213.45=14.609
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