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1 Pythagoras Theorem Page I can identify and label rightangled triangles 2... eplain Pythagoras Theorem 4... calculate the hypotenuse 5... calculate a shorter side 6... determine whether a triangle has a right angle 7... leave answers as surds where appropriate 8... use Pythagoras Theorem to find areas and perimeters solve worded problems use Pythagoras in 3D situations.
2 Notes Working with 3D shapes The vertical height of a cone is 65cm and its slant height is 70cm. Find its radius, and thus its volume and surface area. V Where: r 3 2 h 2 SA rl r V is volume SA is surface area r is radius h is perpendicular height l is slant height 13
3 Working with 3D shapes The vertical height of a cone is 15m and its radius is 4m. Find its slant height. Rightangled triangles A rightangled triangle is any triangle where one angle is 90. Since the sum of angles in a triangle are 180, the other two angles must be acute (less than 90 ). These two acute angles will be complementary (sum to 90 ). The small square in the bottomleft angle tells us that it is 90, so this is a rightangled triangle. The side opposite the right angle is called the hypotenuse, and is always the longest side. A bo measures 2m 4m 6m. Find the length of the longest stick that will fit inside the bo. Find the missing angle in the following triangles and label the longest side h:
4 2 Pythagoras Theorem Pythagoras Theorem shows us how to calculate one side of a rightangled triangle when we know the other two. It says that: In any right triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides. Let s break that down with an eample: The hypotenuse is 13cm. The other two sides are 5cm and 12cm. 5cm The square of the = the sum of the squares hypotenuse of the other two sides 13 2 = Use your calculator to check this is true. For any triangle: a b 12cm h 13cm Working with 3D shapes When given a problem involving a 3D shape, we need to first identify where the rightangled triangle lies. It always helps to draw a diagram. Eample The slant height of a cone is and the radius of its base is 3cm. Find its vertical height. Eample b 2 = h 2  a 2 2 = = 649 = 55 = 55 = 7.42cm (2 d.p.) A cuboid measures 4cm 3cm 12cm. Find the length of its diagonal. y 2 = = = 25 y = 25 = 5cm 2 = = = 169 = 169 = 13cm 3cm y 4cm 12cm 3cm 11
5 Worded problems Drawing a sketch will help you to solve the following: A 4m long ladder is leaning against a wall. The ladder reaches 2.5m up the wall. How far from the base of the wall is the bottom of the ladder? Pythagoras Theorem On this triangle, each side has been used to draw a square. Find the area of the two smaller squares and add them together. Now find the area of the largest square. What do you notice? A 10m long piece of cloth is used to create a tent by draping it in half over a length of string. The tent needs to be 1.7m tall so we can stand up in it. How wide will the base of the tent be? A person is trapped in a building, 9m up. The closest the ladder can be set to the base of the wall is 3m. How long does the ladder have to be to reach the person? The history behind the Maths! Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher and mathematician who lived about 500BC. The theorem was known long before Pythagoras used it, and the ancient Babylonians and Chinese used it to help them with constructions. 10 3
6 Calculating the hypotenuse Perimeter and area Calculate the unknown side in each of these triangles: Eample 2 = = = 289 = 289 = 17cm 15cm 1.8m 3.2m 7cm 24cm 89km 39km 7cm 9cm 1.7m 13cm 9cm 1.9m 4 9
7 The perimeter of a triangle is the distance all the way round. We need to know the lengths of all three sides. b h The area of a triangle is given by 2 We need to know the lengths of the perpendicular sides (the two shorter sides). Find the missing side then the perimeter and area of each of these triangles: Eample 2 = = = 313 = 313 cm Perimeter and area P = A = b h = 42.69cm (2 d.p.) 2 = = cm 13cm Calculating a shorter side We can rearrange Pythagoras Theorem to help us find either of the two shorter sides: Subtract a 2 from each side to get b 2 = h 2  a 2 Calculate the unknown side in each of these triangles: Eample 13cm b 2 = h 2  a 2 2 = = = 225 = 225 = 15cm 21cm 17cm 20cm 1 29cm 8 5
8 Is it a rightangled triangle? We may have a triangle where we are not sure whether it has a right angle. We can find out by checking whether Pythagoras Theorem is true for that triangle. If it is true, the triangle must be rightangled! Work out which of these triangles are rightangled. Mark any right angles that you find. Eample 9 2 = = = 73 3cm This is not a rightangled triangle. 6cm 9cm Using surds Sometimes you will be asked to leave your answer as a surd. A surd is a root that does not have an integer (whole number) result, so it is left in square root form rather than as a decimal. Find the missing lengths, leaving your answers as surds: Eample 2cm b 2 = h 2  a 2 30cm 15cm 2 = = 675 = 675 = 15 3 cm 6cm 10cm 12cm 6cm 10cm 9cm 15cm 5cm 6 7
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