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Problem 4.3B

As was true for the last problem I noticed the areas of the two squares from the legs of the right triangle added up to equal the area of triangle formed from the hypotenuse. After dragging this appears to hold true always. Again I am assuming this has something to do with the pythagorean theorem. And this may actually be a cool way to prove to your students that the pythagorean theorem is true.