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What are the questions?
Heres a couple of them 6. Which three lengths could be the lengths of the sides of a triangle? a. 6cm, 23cm, 11cm b. 10cm, 15cm, 24cm c. 22cm, 6cm, 6cm d. 15cm, 9cm, 24 cm **My answer 9. The lengths of the sides of a triangle are 12, 13, and n. Which of the following must be true a. n is bigger than or equal to 1 b. n<13 c. 1
I think 9 is d?
6 is B
Okay, thanks. Do you think you could explain your answer a little bit? because i have my finals after this test, and a really want to do well.
Are any of you really good at history
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I just need help figuring them out on my own.
okay can you HELP me please
Im not that great at history, but i can try.
Could you send me a link?
the third wide of a triangle must always be greater than the other two sides subtracted from each other and less than both sides added together.
sorry i forgot to say you use the biggest - the smallest and the largest + the smallest
10+24= 34 24-10= 14 14 < 15 <34
Oh, so 9 is d?
yes 13-12 is 1 and 13+12= 25 the missing number has to be in between 1 and 25 to make a triangle.