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Which statement is correct about the length of the side BC of the triangle? Answer It is equal to the sum of the lengths of the sides AB and AC. It is less than the sum of the lengths of the sides AB and AC. It is more than the sum of the lengths of the sides AB and AC. It is equal to the difference of the lengths of the sides AB and AC.

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    For ANY triangle the lengths of two of the sides added up MUST be GREATER than the last.

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    ok thanks:) can you answer my other question please?

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