What is the solution set to the statement: "Sticks of lengths 2 yards,2 yards,and L yards make an isosceles triangle."?

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What is the solution set to the statement: "Sticks of lengths 2 yards,2 yards,and L yards make an isosceles triangle."?

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Triangle Inequality Theorem: One side of a triangle is less than the sum of the other two and greater than the difference of those two sides.
2, 2, L L < 2 + 2 according to the theorem. The value of L is less than 4. 2-2 = 0. The value of L is greater than 0.
Lengths of 2 yards, 2 yards , and L yards where L is any length between 0 and 4 (not including 0 and 4) can be lengths of the sides of an isosceles triangle. @Meia107

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Thanks
Can you help me with another one?
It's the same thing,but it's (1) triangle and (2) equilateral.

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