Posted by **sue** on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 11:44pm.

using thepythagorean theorem and if the quadrilateral with side c is a square.then compute thearea of the square with side a + b:(a) as (a + b)2 and (b) as the sum of the areas of the 4 triangles and the square withside c.

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