**Pythagoras’ Theorem**

The Pythagoras’ theorem for a right-angle triangle can be written as a^{2}+b^{2} = c^{2}, where a and b are the sides of a right angle triangle and c is its hypotenuse. Write a program to compute the hypotenuse, given the sides a and b of a triangle by using a user defined function and this function should return the computed hypotenuse. The function signature should be: **hypotenuse(triangle_side1,triangle_side2) . **Refer the sample input/output for more details.

**Note:**

- You can use math.sqrt(x) to compute the square root of x.
- The triangle side values should be greater than 0, else display the message “Invalid input”

**Sample input statement 1:**

Enter the triangle side 1: 3

Enter the triangle side 2: 4

**Sample output statement 1:**

Hypotenuse = 5

**Sample input statement 2:**

Enter the triangle side 1: 5

Enter the triangle side 2: 12

**Sample output statement 2:**

Hypotenuse = 13

**Sample input statement 3:**

Enter the triangle side 1: 0

Enter the triangle side 2: 12

**Sample output statement 3:**

Invalid Input

**Sample input statement 4:**

Enter the triangle side 1: 10

Enter the triangle side 2: -1

**Sample output statement 4:**

Invalid Input

**Code :-**

import math n=int(input("Enter the triangle side 1: ")) m=int(input("Enter the triangle side 2: ")) if n>0 and m>0: x=round(math.sqrt(pow(n,2)+pow(m,2))) print("Hypotenuse = "+str(x)) else: print("Invalid Input")