# python pythagorean theorem.docx - from math import sqrt...

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from math import sqrt print('Pythagorean theorem calculator! Calculate your triangle sides.') print('Assume the sides are a, b, c and c is the hypotenuse (the side opposite the right angle') formula = input('Which side (a, b, c) do you wish to calculate? side> ') if formula == 'c': side_a = int(input('Input the length of side a: ')) side_b = int(input('Input the length of side b: ')) side_c = sqrt(side_a * side_a + side_b * side_b) print('The length of side c is: ' ) print(side_c) elif formula == 'a': side_b = int(input('Input the length of side b: ')) side_c = int(input('Input the length of side c: ')) side_a = sqrt((side_c * side_c) - (side_b * side_b)) print('The length of side a is' ) print(side_a) elif formula == 'b': side_a = int(input('Input the length of side a: ')) side_b = int(input('Input the length of side c: ')) side_c = sqrt(side_c * side_c - side_a * side_a) print('The length of side b is') print(side_c) else: print('Please select a side between a, b, c') Module 1: Pythagorean theorem calculator The first module I chose to analyze is the Pythagorean theorem calculator. What this program does is that it calculates the third side of a right triangle knowing the other two sides.