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**. APPEALING TO DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES
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• • • • • AND MODALITIES HEART EXPRESSES ITSELF IN MANY WAYS SERIOUS MATHEMATICAL EQUATIONS IS ONE OF THEM PROOFS OF PYTHAGORAS THEOREM APPLICATIONS OF PYTHAGORAS THEOREM . EXTENSIONS OF PYTHAGORAS THEOREM . SYMBOLS FROM MATHEMATICS

HEART EXPRESSES ITSELF IN MANY WAYS SERIOUS MATHEMATICAL EQUATIONS IS ONE OF THEM • A heart surface has several singularities, including a sharp point at the bottom and a deep indentation at the top. Here's Taubin's equation for a threedimensional algebraic heart: (x2 + (1.5)2y2 + z2 – 1)3 – x2z3 – (1.5)2/20 y2z3 = 0.

**DOES ALGEBRA HAVE A HEART
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• Maths leads to many a heartbreak. However the love of mathematics is not as rare as thought . In an age where many work on mathematics of love , the love of mathematics is still there in many a heart.

**SQUARES AND SEMICIRCLES
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• In the simplest case, a heart is formed by a square standing on its point and two semicircles sitting on the sides. Characteristics of the heart figure obviously are a groove above and a point below.

**SEMICIRCLES AND CIRCLES
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• If the point below is missing then don't speak of a heart but rather of a heart shaped figure. This form, however, is more similar to the human heart. The figure on the left is formed by three semi-circles.

**SEMICIRCLES ON ISOSCELES TRIANGLE
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• Draw an isosceles triangle. • Draw the perpendiculars to the legs. They produce a second isosceles triangle. • Draw two semi-circles upon the legs of the (now yellow) triangle

TESSELLATIONS OF HEARTS

LOVE TRIANGLE

HEART BREAK TO HEART THROB

IS THAT A PYTHAGORAS THEOREM THAT I SEE BEFORE ME

PYTHAGORAS THEOREM

• The Pythagorean Theorem states that for a right triangle with legs a and b and hypotenuse c, we have the Pythagorean Equation : a 2 + b2 = c 2

**EXTENSION OF PYTHAGORAS THEOREM TO POLYGONS
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• If 3 regular polygons (triangles, pentagons, hexagons, etc.) are constructed using a and b and hypotenuse c, respectively, as the common sides of the three polygons. And still, the sum of the areas of the figures drawn on the two legs is equal to the area of the figure drawn on the hypotenuse

EXTENSION OF PYTHAGORAS THEOREM TO CIRCLES

• The sum of the areas of the circles drawn on the two legs is equal to the area of the circle drawn on the hypotenuse

MANIPULATIVES FOR TEACHING PYTHAGORAS THEOREM

MANIPULATIVES

MANIPULATIVES FOR TEACHING PYTHAGORAS THEOREM

**Wave Structure of Matter and Pythagoras' theorem
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• Pythagoras' Theorem has been known for about 2,500 years. In that time it has been proven as logically true in many different ways. Significantly though, until recently humanity has not understood the metaphysics behind our perceptions of reality that would enable us to show why Pythagoras' theorem is true. With knowledge of the Spherical Standing Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) in Absolute Space we can now explain why Matter interacts Spherically, and thus why Pythagoras' Theorem is true. This also enables us to better understand why Albert Einstein used Pythagoras' Theorem as the foundation for his metric equations of Special Relativity

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