Aim-To prove Pythagoras theorem by paper cutting and pasting.

Material Required-Thermocol,coloured sheets,cutter,scissors,sketchpens

ruler,fevistick .

Procedure-1 On a coloured sheet of paper draw triangle ABC with AB=3

units, BC=4 units and AC=5 units. Cut it out. (Taking 1 unit=1.5 inches)

2 Paste this triangle on a coloured sheet of paper covering a

thermocol

.

3 On AB paste a square ABDE of side=3 units

.

4 On BC paste a square BCFG of side=4 units.

5 On AC paste a square ACHI of side=5 units.

6 Make replicas of squares ABDE and BCFG.

7 Cut the replica of ABDE into 9 small squares each of area=1 sq unit.

8 Cut the replica of BCFG into 16 small squares each of area=1 sq unit.

9 Paste the unit squares obtained in step-7 and step-8 on square

ACHI.

Observation-The unit squares overlap square ACHI completely.

Result-Therefore, area of square ABDE + area of square BCFG = area of square

ACHI , ie ,

AB^2+ BC^2 = AC^2

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