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Pythagoras’ theorem is an equation that describes a relationship between the 3 sides of a right-angled triangle . We can use it to determine a missing length when given the two other lengths.

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## Pythagoras’ Theorem

The equation is:

\textcolor{red}{a}^2+\textcolor{limegreen}{b}^2=\textcolor{blue}{c}^2

where \textcolor{blue}{c} is the hypotenuse and \textcolor{red}{a} and \textcolor{limegreen}{b} are the two other sides. The hypotenuse is always the longest side of the triangle and can be found opposite the right angle.

## Example 1: Finding a Length

Find the length of the side marked \textcolor{red}{x} on the right angled triangle shown.

In order to find this using Pythagoras’ theorem , we need to work out which side corresponds to each of the letters \textcolor{red}{a}, \textcolor{limegreen}{b}, and \textcolor{blue}{c} in the equation.

\textcolor{blue}{c} = \textcolor{blue}{10} cm

\textcolor{limegreen}{b} = \textcolor{limegreen}{6} cm

\textcolor{red}{a} = \textcolor{red}{x}

Then we can substitute our values in so the equation a^2+b^2=c^2 becomes:

\textcolor{red}{x}^2+\textcolor{limegreen}{6}^2=\textcolor{blue}{10}^2

\textcolor{red}{x}^2+\textcolor{limegreen}{36}=\textcolor{blue}{100}

Now we can solve for \textcolor{red}{x}

\textcolor{red}{x}^2=\textcolor{blue}{100}-\textcolor{limegreen}{36}=64 .

\textcolor{red}{x}=\sqrt{64}=8 cm.

## Example 2: Calculating the Length of a Line

Calculate the distance between (-4, -1) and (3, 4) .

Give your answer to 1 dp.

First we plot the two points on a pair of axes, draw a line connecting them and then draw a triangle underneath making a note of the lengths of the sides:

Side 1 (height) = 4 -(-1) = \textcolor{red}{5}

Side 2 (width) = 3 -(-4) = \textcolor{limegreen}{7}

Next we substitute these lengths into Pythagoras’ theorem:

\textcolor{red}{a}^2+\textcolor{limegreen}{b}^2 = \textcolor{blue}{c}^2

\begin{aligned} \textcolor{blue}{c}^2 &= \textcolor{red}{5}^2+\textcolor{limegreen}{7}^2 \\ \textcolor{blue}{c}^2 &= \textcolor{red}{25}+\textcolor{limegreen}{49}=74 \\ \textcolor{blue}{c} &= \sqrt{74}=8.602325267... \\ \textcolor{blue}{c} &= 8.6 \, \, (1 \text{ dp}) \end{aligned}

Note: The length you are trying to calculate, when finding the length of a line between two points, will always be the hypotenuse.

## Pythagoras Example Questions

Question 1:

Find length BC . Give your answer to 1 decimal place.

The missing side is the hypotenuse, by substituting the 2 sides we know into the equation a^2+b^2=c^2 we get:

8^2+14^2=c^2

Evaluating the two squares gives us:

Then square rooting both sides of the equation gives us:

BC=\sqrt{260}=16.1245155...

= 16.1 cm ( 1 dp).

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Question 2: Work out the distance between the two points (-6, 2) and (4, 5) .

Give your answer to 3 significant figures.

We can see that the distance between the two points is the longest side of a right-angle triangle – the hypotenuse, so by substituting the known sides into the equation a^2+b^2=c^2 we get:

10^2+3^2=c^2

Evaluating the squares gives us:

Finally, by square rooting both sides, we get:

c=\sqrt{109}=10.44030651...

= 10.4 cm ( 3 sf).

Question 3: PQR is a right-angled triangle. Work out the length of the missing side, QR , to 1 decimal place.

The missing side is the hypotenuse, so by substituting the known sides into the equation a^2+b^2=c^2 we get:

5.9^2+6.7^2=c^2

c^2=34.81+44.89

Then by square rooting both sides of this equation, we get:

QR=\sqrt{79.7}=8.927485648...

QR=8.9 cm ( 1 dp).

Question 4: LMN is a right-angled triangle. Work out the length of the missing side, LN , to 1 decimal place.

By substituting the known sides into Pythagoras’ Theorem c^2=a^2+b^2 becomes:

5.1^2=LN^2+3.1^2

Next we evaluate the two squares to give us:

26.01=LN^2+9.61

Subtracting 9.61 from both sides:

Then we square root both sides of this equation:

LN=\sqrt{16.4}

LN=4.049691346...

LN=4.0 cm ( 1 dp).

Question 5: A builder places a 2.9 m ladder on horizontal ground, resting against a vertical wall. To be safe to use, the base of this ladder must be 1.3 m away from the wall. How far up the wall does the ladder reach?

Give your answer to 1 decimal place.

By substituting the known sides into Pythagoras’ Theorem c^2=a^2+b^2 (and letting the height of the wall be a ) we get:

2.9^2=a^2+1.3^2

Calculating the two square roots and rearranging gives us:

a^2=8.41-1.69=6.72

a=\sqrt{6.72}=2.592296279

a=2.6 cm ( 1 d.p.)

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- The Odd One Out activity is based on an excellent resource found on TES uploaded by UKDana . There are 16 answers in a grid, and 15 questions given. Each question matched with one of the given answers, leaving one spare answer at the end, the odd one out. An extension is also provided to find as many questions to give the final answer as possible. Again, full answers are provided.
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## National 5 Maths Resources

Thanks to the authors for making the excellent resources below freely available. Please find N5 Maths level Pythagoras worksheets in Section 3 below.

. 2. Pythagoras – N5 Maths Worksheets

Pythagoras – N5 Maths Level

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Pythagoras was an ancient Greek Philosopher and Mathematician. He is best known for the Pythagorian Theorum , which states that the sum of the squares of the sides of a right triangle is equal to the square of the hypotenuse. Over 2000 years ago he made an amazing discovery about right-angled triangles.

. 570 to 490 BC

N5 Maths Question on Pythagoras

Radius = 1.2m, LM = 1.8m, Calculate the depth of milk in the tank

Source: N5 Maths, 2015, P2, Q12

To solve the above you need:

- To locate the right angled triangle
- Apply your knowledge of Pythagoras’ Theorem

Another exam question on Pythagoras in shown below:

“is Hightown directly north of Lowtown?”

Source: N5 Maths, 2014, P2, Q6

To answer the above correctly, Pythagoras Theorem in reverse is used – known as ‘The Converse of Pythagoras’ Theorem’:

- 110² = 85² + 75²
- 12100 ≠ 12850
- No, Hightown is not due north of Lowtown since, by the Converse of Pythagoras’ Theorem, the triangle is not right angled.

This Theorem proves whether a triangle has a 90° angle or not.

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Thanks to Mr G Rennie for making the excellent resources below freely available. The Essential Skills Worksheets can be used for general revision, homework, consolidation of a topic or preparation for assessments, tests and exams. Clear, easy to follow, step-by-step worked solutions to all 30 Essential Skills worksheets are available in the Online Study Pack.

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