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anonymous
 5 years ago
Three numbers may be the lengths of the side of a triangle if the largest side is shorter than the sum of the two smaller. Indicate as true (T) of false (F), whether the following triples of numbers may be the length of the sides of a triangle.
1. (3,4,5) 2. (1,2,4) 3. (3,3,5) 4.(17,17,17) 5. (2,17,18)
I need help determining which are true and which are false?
anonymous
 5 years ago
Three numbers may be the lengths of the side of a triangle if the largest side is shorter than the sum of the two smaller. Indicate as true (T) of false (F), whether the following triples of numbers may be the length of the sides of a triangle. 1. (3,4,5) 2. (1,2,4) 3. (3,3,5) 4.(17,17,17) 5. (2,17,18) I need help determining which are true and which are false?

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myininaya
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0If you have 3+4>5 and 1+2>4 and 3+3>5 and 17+17>17 and 2+17>18, are any of these true is what the question is asking?

myininaya
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0the first, the third,4th,and 5th are true and the second is false
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