Algebra with Paper cutting (a+b) Square = a square + b square + 2ab | English | Fun with Maths

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    We will use paper cutting to prove the algebraic formula, (a+b)x (a+b) = a square + b square + 2ab

    We will first take a square and divide its side in 2 parts of length a and b.

    So the area of this large square is (a+b)x(a+b).

    We will just cut 2 square of size a and b from this large square of size (a+b) as shown.

    This will leave two rectangles whose sides are a and b.
    Thus we can easily show that large square
    (a+b)(a+b) = sum of two squares and 2 rectangles of sides a and b = a square + b square + 2ab This work was supported by IUCAA and Tata Trust.

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