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# Leon verified that the side lengths 21, 28, 35 form a Pythagorean triple using this procedure. Step 1: Find the greatest common factor of the given lengths: 7 Step 2: Divide the given lengths by the greatest common factor: 3, 4, 5 Step 3: Verify that the lengths found in step 2 form a Pythagorean triple: Leon states that 21, 28, 35 is a Pythagorean triple because the lengths found in step 2 form a Pythagorean triple. Which explains whether or not Leon is correct? Answers: 2  ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 17:30, liaholmes8
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