The problem statement given is this: Write a PUBLIC function in MSP430 assembly that implements the Pythagorean theorem A^2 + B^2 = C^2. Make A and B 16bit integers. What size should you make C? Your function must use the HW multiplier's multiply and accumulate feature. Also write a brief main in either C or assembly which first assigns values to A and B and then calls your function. Your main does not have to display the results but explain where and how C is stored. So far I have this: NAME HW62 PUBLIC pytha ORG 0200h A DS16 1 B DS16 1 C DS16 1 AA DS32 1 BB DS32 1 CC DS32 1 ORG 0FFFEh RSEG CODE DW pytha Pytha MOV #0xA00, SP CLR R4 CLR R5 CLR R6 DINT MOV A, MPY MOV A, OP2 NOP MOV RESLO, AA(R4) INCD R4 MOV RESHI, AA(R4) MOV B, MPY MOV B, OP2 NOP MOV RESLO, BB(R5) INCD R5 MOV RESHI, BB(R5) ADD AA, BB MOV BB, CC This uses the hardware multiplier to multiply A by itself and B by itself, adds the two results together and places the result in CC. My problem is I don't know how to extract simply C. There is no function in MSP430 Assembly that does square roots as far as I know. Could someone help please?