Solution - Pythagoras Theorem



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In triangle ABC, ∠C=90°. Let BC= a, CA= b, AB= c and let 'p' be the length of the perpendicular from 'C' on AB, prove that:

1. cp = ab

2. `1/p^2=1/a^2+1/b^2`


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Solution for concept: Pythagoras Theorem. For the course 9th - 10th SSC (English Medium)