Programmed Math/Pythagorean theorem

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The pythagorean (pi-THA-gor-in) theorem is a formula which explains the relationship between sides of a right triangle (a triangle w/ one 90 degree angle)


where a and b are the legs and c is the hypoteneuse.

There is also a thing called a Pythagorean Triple, where in a and b are equal to c.

Such an example is with Where and which is 25