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SQUARE OF THE HYPOTENUSE IS EQUAL TO THE SUM OF THE SQUARES OF THE OTHER TWO SIDES.

FOR EXAMPLE, IF 3,4,5 ARE THE SIDES OF A TRIANGLE, AND 5 IS THE HYPOTENUSE,

3²+4²=25.

HYPOTENUSE SQUARE=5²=25,

WHICH PROVES THAT THE TRIANGLE IS THE RIGHT TRIANGLE.

THUS, THE PYTHAGORAS PROPERTY IS USED TO FIND WHETHER THE GIVEN TRIANGLE IS RIGHT-ANGLED OR NOT.

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The phythogoras property states that square of hypoteneuse is equal to the sum of square of height and square of base.

ht²=h²+b²

ht²=h²+b²