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Triangle ABC has side lengths AB=7.75, BC=10.75 and CA=x. Given that x is an integer, what is the maximum possible value of x?

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    sum of 2 sides of a triangle must be greater than 3rd. AB+BC > CA

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    is it 18 or 19?

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    CA < 18.5 so it can't be 19 max 18

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    okay!

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