## Pythagorean Calculator

c² = a² + b²

Calculate the length of the hypotenuse or one of the legs of a right triangle.

## Pythagorean Calculator **Purpose**:

The Pythagorean Calculator is used to calculate the lengths of the sides of a right-angled triangle using the Pythagorean theorem c2=a2+b2. It helps determine:

- The hypotenuse when two legs are known.
- A leg when the other leg and hypotenuse are known.

**Features**:

**Input**: Enter values for two sides or the hypotenuse of a right triangle.**Calculate**: Computes the unknown side or hypotenuse based on the provided values.**Result**: Displays the calculated length in a styled box.**Reset**: Clears all inputs and results.

**How to Use**:

**Open the Tool**: Navigate to the Pythagorean-Calculator page in your browser.**Enter Values**:**Side a**: Input the length of one leg of the triangle.**Side b**: Input the length of the other leg.**Hypotenuse c**: Input the length of the hypotenuse.

**Calculate**: Click the "Calculate" button to find the missing length.**View Result**: The result will display the length of the missing side or hypotenuse.**Reset**: Click the "Reset" button to clear all fields and results for a new calculation.

This Pythagorean Calculator provides an easy-to-use interface for solving problems related to right triangles, helping with quick and accurate calculations.