Lesson 18 Pythagorean Triples & Special Right Triangles

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1 Student Name: Date: Contact Person Name: Phone Number: Teas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills Eit Level Math Review Lesson 18 Pythagorean Triples & Special Right Triangles TAKS Objective 6 Demonstrate an understanding of geometric relationships and spatial reasoning Lesson Objectives: Use the Pythagorean theorem to verify Pythagorean triples Find a missing side of a right triangle using multiples of Pythagorean triples Solve problems involving special right triangles ( and )

2 Authors: Editor: Graphics: Tim Wilson, B.A. Jason March, B.A., M.S.Ed Linda Shanks Tim Wilson Jason March The Teas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) eit level eam covers ten learning objectives. These lessons are designed to teach math concepts specific to each objective as well as strategies to consider when approaching typical TAKS questions. To successfully complete the TAKS eit level eam, the student should be able to: 1) Describe functional relationships in a variety of ways. ) Demonstrate an understanding of the properties and attributes of functions. 3) Demonstrate an understanding of linear functions. 4) Formulate and use linear equations and inequalities. 5) Demonstrate an understanding of quadratic equations and other nonlinear functions. 6) Demonstrate an understanding of geometric relationships and spatial reasoning. 7) Demonstrate an understanding of twoand three-dimensional representations of geometric relationships and shapes. 8) Demonstrate an understanding of concepts and uses of measurement and similarity. 9) Demonstrate an understanding of percents, proportional relationships, probability, and statistics in application problems. 10) Demonstrate an understanding of the mathematical processes and tools used in problem solving. National PASS Center Geneseo Migrant Center 3 Mt. Morris Leicester Road Leicester, NY (585) (585) (fa) Developed by the National PASS Center under the leadership of the National PASS Coordinating Committee with funding from the Region 0 Education Service Center, San Antonio, Teas, as part of the Mathematics Achievement = Success (MAS) Migrant Education Program Consortium Incentive project. National PASS Center, 010. This book may be reproduced without written permission from the National PASS Center.

3 Centimeters TAKS Mathematics Chart Length Metric Customary 1 kilometer = 1000 meters 1 mile = 1760 yards 1 meter = 100 centimeters 1 mile = 580 feet 1 centimeter = 10 millimeters 1 yard = 3 feet 1 foot = 1 inches Capacity and Volume Metric Customary 1 liter = 1000 milliliters 1 gallon = 4 quarts 1 gallon = 18 fluid ounces 1 quart = pints 1 pint = cups 1 cup = 8 fluid ounces Mass and Weight Metric Customary 1 kilogram = 1000 grams 1 ton = 000 pounds 1 gram = 1000 milligrams 1 pound = 16 ounces Time 1 year = 365 days 1 year = 1 months 1 year = 5 weeks 1 week = 7 days 1 day = 4 hours 1 hour = 60 minutes 1 minute = 60 seconds

4 TAKS Mathematics Chart Perimeter Rectangle P l w or P l w Circumference Circle C r or C d Area Rectangle A lw or A bh 1 bh Triangle A bh or A 1 Trapezoid b b h 1 A b 1 b h or A 1 Regular polygon A ap Circle A r P represents the perimeter of the base of a three-dimensional figure. B represents the area of the base of a three-dimensional figure. Surface Area Cube (total) S 6s Prism (lateral) S Ph Prism (total) S Ph B 1 Pyramid (lateral) S Pl 1 Pyramid (total) S Pl B Cylinder (lateral) S rh Cylinder (total) S r h r Cone (lateral) S rl Cone (total) S rl r S r l r Sphere S 4 r Volume Prism or Cylinder V Bh 1 Pyramid or Cone V Bh 3 Sphere V 4 3 r Special Right, 60, 90, 3, Triangles 45, 45, 90,, Pythagorean Theorem a b c S rh r or or Distance Formula d y y Slope of a Line Midpoint Formula M m y y1 1 1 y, 1 y b b 4ac Quadratic Formula a Slope-Intercept Form of an Equation y m b y y m Point-Slope Form of an Equation 1 1 Standard Form of an Equation A By C Simple Interest Formula I prt Inches

5 TAKS Review Lesson 18 In a right triangle, the sides touching the right angle are called legs. The side opposite the right angle is the hypotenuse. leg hypotenuse leg The Pythagorean Theorem, a + b = c, relates the sides of right triangles. a c a and b are the lengths of the legs, and c is the length of the hypotenuse. b a + b = c The set {3, 4, 5} is a A Pythagorean triple is a set of three whole numbers that satisfy the Pythagorean Theorem. Pythagorean triple. a + b = c (3) + (4) = (5) = 5 5 = 5 1

6 TAKS Review Eample Show that {5, 1, 13} is a Pythagorean triple. Solution Always use the largest value as c in the Pythagorean Theorem. a + b = c = = = 169 The numbers will equal at the end if it is a Pythagorean triple. In a Pythagorean triple, it is assumed the largest number is the hypotenuse, since it is opposite the largest angle of the triangle Eample Show that {,, 5} is not a Pythagorean triple. Solution a + b = c + = = Side Note: Not only can no right triangle be represented with these side lengths, but no triangle at all can be. Try making a triangle with side lengths,, and 5 using toothpicks. It cannot be done! Do an internet search for triangle inequality to understand the reason why. Showing that three numbers are a Pythagorean triple proves that a triangle with these side lengths will be a right triangle.

7 TAKS Review Lesson 18 If we multiply each element of a Pythagorean triple, such as {3, 4, 5}, by another integer, for instance,, the result is another Pythagorean triple, {6, 8, 10}. a + b = c (6) + (8) = (10) = = 100 Multiplying a Pythagorean triple by any positive integer creates a new Pythagorean triple. {3, 4, 5} {9, 1, 15} 3 {5, 1, 13} {10, 4, 6} We can use this fact to solve for a missing side of certain right triangles. Eample Find the length of side b in the right triangle below. 13 b 1 Solution Use the Pythagorean triple {5, 1, 13}. The length of side b is 5 units. 3

8 TAKS Review Eample Find the length of side a in the right triangle below. a 0 16 Solution It is not obvious which Pythagorean triple these sides represent. Begin by dividing the given sides by their greatest common factor (GCF). A more obvious Pythagorean triple may be revealed this way. {_, 16, 0} 4 {_, 4, 5} We see this is a {3, 4, 5} Pythagorean triple. However, we are not done. Since we divided by 4, we must now do the opposite and multiply by 4. {3, 4, 5} 4 {1, 16, 0} Finally, side a is 1 units long. Somewhere on the test, create a reference list of Pythagorean triples. List the first three multiples of the two most common Pythagorean triples: {3, 4, 5} and {5, 1, 13}. Check to see if the missing side of a right triangle corresponds to a Pythagorean triple before using the Pythagorean Theorem (a technique we will learn later). 4

9 TAKS Review Lesson 18 1) Verify that {10, 4, 6} is a Pythagorean triple. ) Find the length of side c in the right triangle below. 6 c 8 Special right triangles Not every right triangle has sides that are Pythagorean triples. 1 For two types of right triangles, their angles form sides that are in a special relationship. 1 1) triangle In a forty-five, forty-five, ninety right triangle, the sides opposite the 45 angles are equal. The side opposite 90 is equal to the length of a leg times

10 TAKS Review Eample Which is closest to the length of side AC in the triangle below. 5 B A B C D 7.1 units 3.5 units 7.0 units 3.6 units A b C a c B A Solution C Method 1: numeric Side a is opposite angle A. Side b is opposite angle B. Side c is opposite angle C. This is a forty-five, forty-five, ninety special right triangle. The hypotenuse is the length of a leg times. Therefore, to solve for the length of leg AC, we will divide 5 by. Method : algebraic 5 = units Choice B is the answer. On the reference table given to you on the eam, you will be given information regarding special right triangles as follows: Special Right Triangles 30, 60, 90, 3, 45, 45, 90,, Interpret this as: the sides opposite 45 are of length. The side opposite 90 is of length. If we connect this to the question, side length 5 =, and we wish to find AC =. We will solve the equation 5 = for (shown at right). Again, choice B is the answer. 5 = 5 = 5 = 5 = 3.5 6

11 TAKS Review Lesson 18 Eample A fence around a square garden has a perimeter of 48 feet. Find the approimate length of the diagonal of this square garden. A 1 ft B 17 ft C 1 ft D 4 ft Solution Draw a picture of a square fence to help visualize the problem. We are told the perimeter is 48. Thus, each side of the fence must be 48 4 = 1. Write this on your picture Net, since we are asked to find the diagonal of this fence, draw the diagonal Notice that the legs of the right triangles formed are equal length. Therefore, this is a triangle. We know: = 1 We wish to find: 1 Plan: Multiply = 1 by. 1 = The answer is choice B. 7

12 TAKS Review 3) Which is closest to the length of in the triangle below? A 1 B 13 C 6 D 7 9 4) Hank swims the diagonal of a square pool with side-length 60 feet. What distance did Hank swim? (Round to the nearest whole foot.) ) triangle 3 In thirty, sity, ninety right triangles, the hypotenuse is twice the length of the shorter leg. The length of the longer leg equals the length of the short leg times

13 TAKS Review Lesson 18 Eample KMS has a right angle at M. The measure of MSK = 60 and KS = 17 centimeters. Which is closest to the length of KM? A 9 cm B 1 cm C 10 cm D 15 cm Solution We must draw a picture to set up the problem. One way to do this is shown below. K K M M S M 60 S Given: right angle at M. Given: MSK = 60 KS = 17 Use the fact the angles of a triangle total = We see that this is a special right triangle a triangle. Let s use the reference table provided on the test. Special Right Triangles 30, 60, 90, 3, 45, 45, 90,, On our picture, fill in the corresponding side length ratios. K 3 17 = M 60 S 9

14 TAKS Review K We are given and we wish to find 3. Do 3 M 17 = 60 S this by first solving for. = = = 8.5 Now that we have, we will find 3 by multiplying: times 3. = 8.5 i 3 = 8.5i 3 3 = The answer is choice D. Eample Dylan is looking out a window of his apartment 30 feet above the ground. He sees a car at an angle of depression of. What is Dylan s approimate horizontal distance from the car at this point? A 185 ft window B C D 30 ft 554 ft 640 ft 30 ft 10

15 TAKS Review Lesson 18 Solution Start by filling in the angles of the triangle. window ft Must be 60, because it is complementary with. (30 + = 90 ) window ft Angles in a triangle must add to 180. This angle must be. ( = 180 ) The question asks us to find this distance. This is a thirty, sity, ninety special right triangle. Special Right Triangles 30, 60, 90, 3, 45, 45, 90,, From the chart, 30 = and we wish to find 3. Multiply 30 by 3. 30i 3 = The answer is choice C. 11

16 TAKS Review 5) Which is closest to the length of in the triangle below? 6 A 13 B 19 C 3 D 6 6) The cable cars of a ski lift rise 5,000 vertical feet from the base at a constant angle of inclination. summit 5, 000 ft What is the approimate straight-line distance that a cable car travels from the base to the summit of the mountain? A B C D,500 ft,900 ft 8,500 ft 10,000 ft 1

17 TAKS Review Lesson 18 Review Know these concepts: 1. A Pythagorean triple is a set of three numbers that satisfies the Pythagorean theorem, a + b = c. a. A multiple of any Pythagorean triple is also a Pythagorean triple. b. Pythagorean triples can be used to determine the missing side of some right triangles.. There are two types of special right triangles: a. 30, 60, 90 i. Side lengths opposite these respective angles are in the ratio, 3, b. 45, 45, 90 i. Side lengths opposite these respective angles are in the ratio,, 13

18 TAKS Review Practice Problems Lesson 18 Directions: Write your answers in your math journal. Label this eercise TAKS Review Lesson 18. 1) A rhombus is shown below. 1 inch h 60 If the height, h intersects the base at its midpoint, which of these is closest to the height of the rhombus? A 1 in. C 1.5 in. B 0.9 in. D 0.8 in. ) Verify that {8,15,17} is a Pythagorean triple. 3) Using Pythagorean triples, fill in the missing side of the right triangle below

19 TAKS Review Lesson 18 4) Which represents the length of side BC in the 45, 45, 90 triangle below? A A 13 B C 13 3 D 6 B C 5) Which is closest to the length of side TR in the 30, 60, 90 triangle below? T R 15 I A 5.98 B C 8.66 D ) Rocky spots his friend, Adrian, from his bedroom window, 7 feet above ground. Adrian is at an angle of depression of 60. What is Rocky s approimate horizontal distance from Adrian at this point? window 60 7 ft A B C D 393 ft 131 ft 31 ft ft Adrian 15

20 TAKS Review 1) a + b = c ) = = = 676 3) B 4) 85 feet 5) C 6) D End of Lesson 18 16

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