Pythagorean Theorem calculator



The Pythagorean Theorem calculator will help you to solve Pythagorean problems with ease.




Note that the triangle below is only a representation of a triangle.

Your triangle may have a different shape, but it has to be a right triangle.


                a = 

                b =

                c = 



                       


Guidelines to follow when using the Pythagorean calculator:

If you are looking for c or the hypotenuse, just enter a and b

If you looking for either a or b, make sure that the value you enter for a or b is not bigger or equal to c.

Since c is the longest side, it has to be bigger than a and b

If the value entered for c is lesson than the values entered for a or b, the text box will say "NaN" which means "Not a number"

Enjoy the calculator!



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