Monday, December 14, 2009

Celdrick's Scribepost for December 14 2009

Today in class Ms. Usiskin asked us what we did on Friday. Then we corrected the question from the show you know. Then after, we had to pick one question from the textbook in page 92-94.

This is my question:
Question 21

An example of a Pythagorean triple is 3,4,5.

a) Multiply each number by 2. Show whether the resulting three numbers from a Pythagorean triple.

6,8,10 does form a Pythagorean triple. 6²+8²=10².

b) Multiply the numbers by 10. 60²+80²= 100².

It forms a Pythagorean relationship.

c) Are there ant natural numbers that could make a Pythagorean triple when being multiplied by 3,4,5?

No, there are no natural numbers that does not make a Pythagorean triple when 3,4, and 5 are multiplied by it.

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