Which of the following can be sides of a triangle? 1) 1 in., 1in., 2in. 2) 4 in., 6 in., 9 in. 3) 9 in., 10 in., 20 in. 4) 24 in., 13 in., 10 in.

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Which of the following can be sides of a triangle? 1) 1 in., 1in., 2in. 2) 4 in., 6 in., 9 in. 3) 9 in., 10 in., 20 in. 4) 24 in., 13 in., 10 in.

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i know i can because it is a right triangle. i dont know about the rest. i ran out of time to think. i have to go
1-1-2 aint a right lol 1-1-sqrt(2) maybe
1-1-2 is a straight line

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so its 1-1-2
9-10-20 doesnt reach the ends
9-10-20 is 19 and 20, they dont reach either
lol.... i guess if it didnt work out the first time it wont workout the next either :)
#2 is a triangle at least it reaches to make 3 points
Well you can always try the pythagorean theorem.. and take the two shortest sides and do sqrt(x^2 +y^2) and you will get the 3rd side
if the 2 shorts equal the long, its a straight line; if the two shorts are less than the long, you aint got nothing,
yeah you are right.. therefore you can eliminate that way and work with whatever is left
pyth only applies to right tris....
you can still have a tri and not have pyth :)
hmm.. thats right.. now im intrigued I want to figure out the answer...
oops amistre you are right about the 1 1 2. sorry forgot to take square root of 2 which is not equal to 2 so the first is not a triangle.

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