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 Consider the Theorem of Pythagorus, only instead of squares built on each of the three sides of the right

triangle, suppose there are semicircles. Will the Pythagorean relationship still hold? If so, prove it; if not, give a counter-example. 

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Now, we will try to show that the
Pythagorean theorem relationship
holds for equilateral triangles.
Equilateral Triangle
J3 2 4 13 2_ 13 2
2- (8 2 + 62 ) - 13 (6 2 )
12 + 62 =2
As you...

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