I’m doing a math project about the pythagorean theorem and the only one I can come up with is distance formula…

February 1st, 2011 @8:36 pm

A (squared) + B (squared) = C (squared)

A is a side

B is another side

and C is the hypotenuse ..

Then you work it out as an Algebra problem .. eh, I’m in Geo Honors so idk if you’re in the same class or whateverrr. (:

February 1st, 2011 @9:30 pm

Absolute value of a complex number can be another, which is found by taking the square root of the sum of the squares of a number’s coordinates on the real and imaginary axes.

For example, take the complex number 3 + 4i

It’s absolute value would be calculated by doing

?3² + 4²

?9 + 16

?25

5

Very similarly to Distance Formula.

the sine wave for one.