Did you know? When you calculate (π^{4}+π^{5})/e^{6}, you get around 1! This means a triangle with sides π^{2}, e^{3}, and √π^{5} is nearly a right triangle…

## Right Triangle with Rational Sides

The simplest right triangle with rational sides (the longest side has a denominator of 45 digits!) and area 157, was found by Don Zagier in 1993.

## A Paradoxical Zero-Length Hypotenuse

A strange right-triangle involving the unit imaginary number *i*

## A curious right triangle

The sides of a pentagon, hexagon, and decagon, inscribed in congruent circles, form a right triangle.

## Sangaku: Semicircle inscribed in a right triangle

Find the radius* r* of the semicircle inscribed in the right triangle below:

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