## The Ten Digits Of The 3-4-5 Pythagorean Triangle

The 3-4-5 Pythagorean triangle is the smallest Pythagorean triangle. It can also be represented by the digits 0 to 9.

1 – The inradius, $\frac{(a+b-c)}{2}$ or $\frac{ab}{(a + b + c)}$.
2 – The indiameter, $a+b-c$.
3 – The short leg, $a$.
4 – The long leg, $b$.
5 – The hypotenuse, $c$.
6 – The area, $\frac{ab}{2}$.
7 – The sum of the legs, $a+b$.
8 – The short leg plus the hypotenuse, $a+c$.
9 – The long leg plus the hypotenuse, $b+c$.
0 – The esoteric significance of it all.

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### 4 Responses to The Ten Digits Of The 3-4-5 Pythagorean Triangle

1. Jess Wen says:

Haha I like 0 – ‘the esoteric significance of it all’

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2. Thanks for the memories…and the nightmares! 😖😄

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