The Pythagorean Theorem is a mathematical formula that tells the relationship between the sides in a right triangle, consisting of two legs and a hypotenuse. The Theorem is named after the ancient Greek mathematician 'Pythagoras. ' This quiz has been designed to test your mathematical skills in solving numerical problems. Read the questions carefully and answer.
4 feet
4 ft.
4
17 miles
17 mi.
17
127.3 feet
127.3 ft.
127.3
127.28 feet
127.28 ft.
53.3 meters
53.3 m.
53.3
53.26 meters
53.26
12 inches
12 in.
12
30 inches
30 in.
30
10.2 meters
10.2 m.
10.2
10.24 meters
10.24
35 centimeters
35 cm
35
No, because 15+8 does not equal 17.
No, because there is not enough information to solve this problem.
Yes, because the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the legs of the triangle.
Yes, because 8x15x17 is equal to 2040.
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Law of sines
Law of cosines