## How to Use the Pythagorean Calculator

The Pythagorean calculator is a calculator that calculates the side lengths of a right triangle, the angles of a right triangle, the height of a right triangle, and the perimeter and area of a right triangle.

How to use this Pythagorean calculator is:

- Input the 2 side lengths of a right triangle.
- The lengths of sides A and B must be longer than side C.
- There are two textboxes for entering the side lengths of the triangle. The left textbox is used for entering whole numbers
- or decimal and the textbox to the right is used
- to enter the square root.
- Press the calculate button. The calculation results will be displayed below.

## Pythagoras Theorem

The Pythagorean Theorem is a statement regarding the relationship between the sides of a right triangle. A right triangle is a triangle whose legs form a right angle. Using the Pythagorean formula, we can find the length of the side of a right triangle. Here is the Pythagorean formula:

The formula for finding the lengths of the sides a, b, and c of a right triangle is as follows:

The formula for calculating the angle α of a right triangle is as follows:

The formula for calculating the angle β of a right triangle is as follows:

The formula for calculating the height of a right triangle is as follows:

The formula for calculating the area of a right triangle is as follows:

The formula for calculating the perimeter of a right triangle is as follows: