### [2018-11-16] Express

Posted:

**Fri Nov 16, 2018 3:20 pm**"Seriously though, why doesn't every high school geometry teacher show you that proof?"

Because it's not so easy to wrap your head around. This one though ...

The area defined by hypotenuse a (a²) is equal to the sum of the areas defined by hypotenuses b and c (b² + c²)

Because it's not so easy to wrap your head around. This one though ...

The area defined by hypotenuse a (a²) is equal to the sum of the areas defined by hypotenuses b and c (b² + c²)