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latineclipse
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Is it possible to construct a triangle with sides 1,2, and 3? If not explain why? Please help
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latineclipse Group Title
Is it possible to construct a triangle with sides 1,2, and 3? If not explain why? Please help
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A triangle's sides must satisfy these inequalities: dw:1349636288492:dw \(x + y > z\) \(x + z > y\) \(z + y > x\) Basically, this says that your triangle cannot have two sides that add up to the same length as a third. (This makes a line segment) or not even enough to add up to that line segment.
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Oh ok so it can't right?
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Yes, this cannot be a triangle. :) \(1 + 2 \not \gt 3\)
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Thank you soo much
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You're welcome! :)
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