How Is Pythagorean Theorem Used in Everyday Life?


The Pythagorean Theorem states that the sum of the squares of sides of a right triangle, equals the square of the hypotenuse. The theorem is used in building fences, along with architecture in general. Crime scene investigators also use it to determine the trajectory of a bullet, and geologists use it to calculate the epicenter of earthquakes.
Q&A Related to "How Is Pythagorean Theorem Used in Everyday..."
1. Remove the radical symbol from one of the sides' lengths to square it. For instance, if a side has a length of √7, square it to obtain the value 7. 2. Remove the radical
military u dnt actually use the orginal formulas but we use them in combat situations.
This question is roughly analogous to asking "what are some real life uses of the left claw on a claw hammer? It's not natural to focus your attention on the Pythagorean theorem
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