The equation is:

A^2 + B^2 = C^2

a. How would one solve for A?

b. How would one solve for B?

c. How would one solve for C?

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My answers: (I'm almost certain I have these wrong)

a.

A^2 = C^2 - B^2

A = sqrt(C - B)

b.

B^2 = C^2 - A^2

B = sqrt(C -A)

c.

C^2 = A^2 + B^2

C = sqrt(A + B)

If I did, what properties did I misused? (I honestly can't tell)