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Which set of measurements would NOT form a triangle? Answer 8, 6, 9 19, 16, 18 9, 8, 16 6, 9, 18

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short+short > long; forms a triangle
so anything that does not conform to this does NOT form a triangle
so the first one correct?

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8+6 > 9 14 > 9 ; IS a triangle
doing the math helps :)
oo i see its the last one
8+6> 9 ? 19< 16+18 ? 9+8 > 16 ? 6 + 9 > 18 ?
last one yes :)
thank you so much this is the first time i have ever seen this
if you think about it, if the short ends never meet, they cant form a triangle when attached to the longer piece. they just dangle there off the ends
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