Well, please excuse my noobiness, and my little skill with C++, but give me a break, I'm young.
Not for homework, just for the sake of being able to do it,I was trying to make a code for the Pythagorean theorem, and here is the start of the code (of course not working or else I would't have made this thread) to find the basic a^2+b^2=c^2. Please tell me what I did wrong, and as I said, excuse my unfamiliarity to C++! Note: this is only a code snippet of whats important to the code.
int a; int b; int c; float choice; float choice1 = 1; float choice2 = 2; float choice3 = 3; int a2 = a^2; int b2 = b^2; int c2 = c^2; int awnser = a^2 || b^2 || c^2; float pow(); float sqrt(); cout << "Enter a and b as 'a,b'\n"; cin >> a,b; cout << a << '^' << 2 << '+' << b << '^' << 2 << '=' << c << '^' << 2,a2 && b2; c2 = a2 + b2; awnser = sqrt(c2); cout << awnser;