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  1. anonymous
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    yes it is possible lets say p=10 q=0 r=5 it would look like this 10(0)+0(5)<10(5) 0<50

  2. anonymous
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    let me use another example p=5 q=2 r=1 5*2+2*1<5*1 10+2<5 12<5 No it is only sometimes possible plug in p = 7 r = 2 q = 9 tell me what u get

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    yes I am totally sure

  4. anonymous
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    @Pandeee_

  5. jim_thompson5910
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    if you're talking about PQR being a triangle, then no it's not possible The triangle inequality theorem says that if you have a triangle with sides a,b,c, then these three things must be true a+b > c a+c > b b+c > a

  6. anonymous
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    if not a triangle

  7. anonymous
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    Are you currently learning about triangles if not, assume it is not a triangle

  8. anonymous
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    so I think it would not be a triangle :)

  9. anonymous
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    but go with instinct :)

  10. anonymous
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    yep ;)

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