I need to use the theorem to show that the area on the outside of A plus the outside of B = outside of C. I can't use something as easy as a square but I don't need anything too crazy. Please help with any suggestions as well as how I would find the area.
Ok, instead of squares, we want to show that for three half circles outside of A, B and C whose diameters are A, B and C respectively (Radii A/2, B/2, C/2). According to the ...
A semicircle is used in the working of a Pythagorean proof.