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http://gyazo.com/7d14a4728a12e6f13dcebbfe7e9d3653 triangles help!

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    Do you know the rule?

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    no?

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    The sum of the lengths of any two sides of a triangle must be greater than the third side. Can you do it now?

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    yes thank you!

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    np

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    can you help me with this one to? http://gyazo.com/121f44b15c38ce4e7f6fc482a5f2d9fe

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    Scalene Triangle No equal sides No equal angles

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    Just know the definition

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    all of them have almost the same things

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    ?

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    Choice A because scalene triangles have no equal sides which means that no 2 sides can be equal

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    thanks

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