# Deducing the Pythagorean Theorem from a particular dissection How can I

Deducing the Pythagorean Theorem from a particular dissection

How can I deduce the pythagorean theorem from the follow image?
I have been draw some parallels and I got the figure but I don't know how to deduct, some hint?
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Note that each colored piece in the big square with side length c appears once in the small squares with side lengths a and b. From this, the sum of the areas of the small squares is equal to the area of the big square, or $\overline{){a}^{2}+{b}^{2}={c}^{2}}$