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English: Illustration of the Pythagorean theorem. The sum of two sqares whose sides are the two legs (blue and red) is equal to the area of the square whose side is the hypotenuse (purple).
Deutsch: Illustration des Satz des Pythagoras
Italiano: La somma delle aree dei due quadrati costruiti sui cateti (blu e rosso) è uguale all'area del quadrato costruito sull'ipotenusa (viola).
Türkçe: Pisagor teoreminin görsel açıklaması
Date 12 July 2005
Source Transwikied from en:. Originally created by en:User:Michael Hardy, then scaled, with colour and labels being added by en:User:Wapcaplet, transformed in svg format by fr:Utilisateur:Steff, changed colors and font by de:Leo2004
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