Now I have 100=C^2. Now I remember during class on what we did. We would square root the C^2 and the 100. This would equal 10. So the hypotenuse equals 10.
Nice Job Tommy, now try another problem.
I did it Mom.
With this problem we are still using the a^2+b^2=C^2. But, the way how we solve it is different. First we want to write out equation of a^2+12^2 = 13^2. Then after you square your numbers you have an equation of a^2+144= 169.
Tommy did the step's that he was supposed to do from last time. He also explains the next steps.
The Mom congratulate's Tommy on his work.
Then the follwoing day Tommy's Mom taught him another problem involving the pythagorean theorem. Now Tommy knows how to do it and he is going to explain it. (Part 1)