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## can yall help my friend plzz asapp I’ll give u Brainliest if u answer and answer correct!!!! Jason says that if you multiply each

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can yall help my friend plzz asapp I’ll give u Brainliest if u answer and answer correct!!!!

Jason says that if you multiply each length in a Pythagorean triple by the same factor, you will get another Pythagorean triple. Explain why Jason is correct.

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2021-08-21T07:32:40+00:00
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Answer:Well, because you are multiplying each portion by the same number, it’s essentially going to create a ratio, such as 1:4, this means that although the new triple is 4 times larger, it’s still going to be a Pythagorean triple. Hope this helps! Sorry if it’s wrong:(

Step-by-step explanation:Answer:You know that the Pythagorean Theorem can be used to solve for unknown lengths in a right triangle. … The Pythagorean. Theorem states that, if a triangle is a right triangle, then the square … Given a Pythagorean triple, you can identify other right triangles by multiplying each side length by the same factor

Step-by-step explanation:I know this isn’t a 100 percent correct or sufficient answer but I’m taking a test and only have five minutes left.

Hope I could help even a bit.