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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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    @mirza123455 The Triangle Inequality Theorem states that one side of a triangle is less than the sum of the other two. So, x < 7.75+10.75

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