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Bess joins three pieces of spaghetti to make a triangle, as shown below. What is most likely the length of the third spaghetti? 9 cm 2 cm 22 cm 24 cm

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    is the spaghetti cooked?

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    This is the information they gave me..

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    lol :D

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    9 cm. Because of the Triangle Inequality Theorem, which states: "The sum of the lengths of any two sides of a triangle is greater than the length of the third side"

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    |dw:1338767513294:dw| imagine that point moving on the circle... what are the possible values that "?" can take on?

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    9

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