## 100 proofs of Pythagorean Theorem

Completion requirements

Can you describe the proof by using the following pictures?

**Hint:** A key point is: If you cut the blue and pink triangles and paste them to the position shown in the left picture above, you get a square with area \(c^2\).

Here is a link for 100 proofs of Pythagorean Theorem:

http://www.cut-the-knot.org/pythagoras/index.shtml

Also 3-d Pythagorean Theorem will be trivial to prove, but can you describe and generalize it?

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