anonymous
  • anonymous
How do I find the inequalities for the sides of this triangle.
Algebra
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anonymous
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TrojanPoem
  • TrojanPoem
Hmm, Use this inequality : (Triangle inequality) a + b > c b + c > a a + c > b a, b, c are the side lengths of a given triangle. |dw:1449350278973:dw| To find the side length if the triangle is given as three points, a(x,y) c(u,t) b(j,l) Find the magnitude: Length of AB = sqrt( (j-x)^2 + (i-y)^2) I assume you can combine all this into an acceptable solution. Don't hesitate to ask for further help if needed.

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