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The Pythagorean theorem states that the sum of the squares of the legs of a right triangle is equal to the square of the hypotenuse by the formula a2+b2=c2 If a is a rational number and b is a rational number, why could c be an irrational number? The square of rational numbers is irrational, and sum of two irrational numbers is irrational. The product of two rational numbers is rational, and the sum of two rational numbers is irrational. The left side of the equation will result in a rational number, which is a perfect square. The left side of the equation will result in a rational number, which could be a non-perfect square.
Geometry
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Line segment KL is tangent to circle J at point K. What is the length of the radius, r? 8 units 10 units 12 units 16 units
Geometry
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Which statement proves that the diagonals of square PQRS are perpendicular bisectors of each other? The length of overline SP overline PQ overline RQ i, and overline SR are each 5. The slope of overline SP and overline RQ is - 4/3 and the slope of overline SR and overline PQ is 3/4 The length of overline SQ and overline RP are both square root of 50 The midpoint of both diagonals is 4 1/2 ,5 1/2 , the is 7, and the slope of overline SQ is - 1/7 slope of overline RP 2 4 6
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