Although the theorem itself is accredited to only one man, there are a whole slew of mathematical concepts working together within it. Your job is to discover more about how his work evolved into the theorem, learn how the theorem works according to the explanations of several other mathematicians (follow along and participate in their proofs and be able to prove it yourself using one of them), and be able to apply the theorem to realworld problem solving situations. To do this you will be required to:

~Learn about Pythagoras and his contributions to the world of mathematics
~Explore several proofs for the Pythagorean Theorem by multiple people, including Pythagoras himself
~Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to reallife scenarios
~Complete “How far can you see?” miniproject and present this to the class
~Be ready to share your favorite proof and briefly explain how it works with the class.
~Explore several proofs for the Pythagorean Theorem by multiple people, including Pythagoras himself
~Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to reallife scenarios
~Complete “How far can you see?” miniproject and present this to the class
~Be ready to share your favorite proof and briefly explain how it works with the class.