Teacher, create graded and non-graded assignments in minutes!

At Teachy you have access to thousands of questions, graded and non-graded assignments, projects, and lesson plans.

Free Registration

Discipline: Math

Question topic: Pythagorean Theorem

Source: Originais Teachy

Level of difficulty: Medium

(Originais Teachy 2023) - Question Medium of Math

Joana, architecture student, is designing the floor plan of a house. She wants to create a hallway that will connect the living room to the kitchen, forming a right angle with the wall of the living room. The distance from the wall of the living room to the kitchen is 8 meters and the distance from the wall of the kitchen to the living room is 6 meters. Using the Pythagorean Theorem, what would be the shortest measurement of this hallway that Joana could design?
10 meters
8 meters
6 meters
14 meters
12 meters


Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Curabitur id consequat justo. Cras pellentesque urna ante, eget gravida quam pretium ut. Praesent aliquam nibh faucibus ligula placerat, eget pulvinar velit gravida. Nam sollicitudin pretium elit a feugiat. Vestibulum pharetra, sem quis tempor volutpat, magna diam tincidunt enim, in ullamcorper tellus nibh vitae turpis. In egestas convallis ultrices.

Answer key available only for registered teachers.
Register at Teachy and get access now!

Pythagorean Theorem
Teachy originals
Those who search for this subject, also viewed these questions...
Question 1:


In a classroom, the math teacher explains the Pythagorean theorem to his students, using a right triangle with sides measuring 3 cm, 4 cm, and 5 cm. At the end of the class, he proposes a challenge: 'If I increase the measurement of the triangle sides by the same constant 'k', while maintaining proportionality, what will be the measurement of the new longest side (hypotenuse) in terms of 'k'?' Using the Pythagorean theorem, solve the challenge proposed by the teacher.
Teachy originals
Question 2:


Source: IFTO
Question 3:


Observe the sequence of figures below, built with black and white balls, all of the same size. "Figure 1 is composed of 1 white ball surrounded by 8 black balls. Figure 2, 4 white balls surrounded by 12 black balls and so on." The number of black balls in the figure composed of 676 white balls is
Question illustration
Source: CMRJ
Question 4:


A student received a 25% discount on the purchase of a television that cost R$ 2,000. What was the amount paid by the student?
Teachy originals
Did you like these questions? We have more than 100,000 like these for you, teacher!
Save time with Teachy!
With Teachy, you have access to:
Classes and contents
Automatic grading
Assignments, questions and materials
Personalized feedback
Teachy Mascot
BR flagUS flag
Terms of usePrivacy PolicyCookies Policy

2023 - All rights reserved

Follow us
on social media
Instagram LogoLinkedIn LogoTwitter Logo