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Which statement about the sides of the triangle PQR is true? A) The length of PR is less than the sum of the lengths of PQ and RQ. B) The length of PQ is greater than the sum of the lengths of PR and RQ. C) The length of PR is equal to the difference of the lengths of PQ and RQ. D) The length of PQ is equal to the difference of the lengths of PR and RQ.

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  1. anonymous
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  2. hoblos
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    i think A is true

  3. Hero
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    I was thinking about something else.

  4. Hero
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    It's A

  5. Hero
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    It has to be A because of the triangle inequality theorem

  6. anonymous
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    ohh alright, Thanks!

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