Determine if the side lengths 9, 9, and 17 form a triangle. If it is a triangle, classify it by its sides. It's not a triangle. scalene triangle isosceles triangle equilateral triangle

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Determine if the side lengths 9, 9, and 17 form a triangle. If it is a triangle, classify it by its sides. It's not a triangle. scalene triangle isosceles triangle equilateral triangle

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Your answer is either not a triangle or and isosceles triangle
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With 2 sides of length 9, you'd have a right triangle if the third side measured approx. 12.7 The third side is longer than 12.7, but it is less than 9 + 9 = 18. That means you still have a triangle, but not a right triangle. Since two sides are congruent, it is an isosceles triangle.
Seeing as @mathstudent55 has a higher smartscore, I would go with his answer. I'm better in English then math lol.
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@OM14forever You did a good job narrowing down the answer to only 2 choices.
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One rule of triangles is that any side must always be shorter than the sum of the lengths of the other 2 sides. Since 2 sides are 9 and 9, to have a triangle, the third side must be less than 18. Since 17 is less than 18, you do have a triangle.
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