# Pythagoras' theorem – complete topic booklet

Last updated: 15/11/2023
Contributor: Teachit Author
Main Subject
Key stage
Category
Geometry and measures: Pythagoras' theorem
Resource type
Worksheet
Student activity
Revision
Free

A useful booklet that works through Pythagoras' theorem from identifying right-angled triangles to 3D Pythagoras, and includes problem-solving practice. Objectives are:

• identify and label right-angled triangles
• explain Pythagoras' theorem
• calculate a hypotenuse
• calculate a shorter side
• determine whether a triangle has a right angle
• areas and perimeters
• worded problems
• 3D Pythagoras

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really confusing and jumbled with volume of 3d shapes

Charley Clover

13/01/2022

Response from Teachit editor
We're sorry you've found this confusing. Each sheet is intended to be folded in half to create a booklet. Once that is done (according to the page numbers in the bottom corners), it should make sense.
The activities are good and the structure logical. It would be useful to have the pages in the correct order.

Kirsty Fish

13/01/2022

14/05/2020

Thank you for your comments. I have used this resource with my GCSE students and found it useful too. I agree about the answers and this is something I make sure happens on resources that we publish now.

Helen Kennedy, Teachit Maths Editor

26/06/2015

really confusing and jumbled with volume of 3d shapes

Charley Clover

13/01/2022

Response from Teachit editor
We're sorry you've found this confusing. Each sheet is intended to be folded in half to create a booklet. Once that is done (according to the page numbers in the bottom corners), it should make sense.
The activities are good and the structure logical. It would be useful to have the pages in the correct order.

Kirsty Fish

13/01/2022

14/05/2020

Thank you for your comments. I have used this resource with my GCSE students and found it useful too. I agree about the answers and this is something I make sure happens on resources that we publish now.

Helen Kennedy, Teachit Maths Editor

26/06/2015

I love this, and it is great for a cover lessons, but answers would be very helpful

08/06/2015