- 17 Dec '10 01:45 / 1 edit

Im takin your criptic message to point me toward the perimeter*Originally posted by tomtom232***Try takin a walk outside the box.**

Let a side length =A

perimeter P=4A

Diagonal = x

x= sqrt(2)A

4x/sqr(2) = 4A=P

so when x = sqrt(2)P/4

edit: This seems non-sensical as well, and is obviously not outside the box far enough. - 17 Dec '10 13:00so a squared plus b squared equals c squared.

well heres the obvious cheating answer...a=0 b=10 c=10

and if b=c (or a=c) then b squared= c squared. so then if b=c in this equation a squared plus b squared=c squared we can take out "b squared= c squared" because they are equal. so we are left with a squared=0. so a=0 is the only way i can think of