cavazos_899579
  • cavazos_899579
Geometry: How do I do this again? If two sides of a triangle are 7 and 13, then the remaining side must be between what two numbers? Like 21 and 34 is 13<1<55 How do I do that ^?
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whovianchick
  • whovianchick
no one side is going to be the same or bigger than the other two combined. So, you've got to look at the first two numbers. Pretend that 7 and 13 are the smallest two sides. The longest side couldn't be 20, because that's 7 and 13 combined, so x<20. Now pretend taht 7 and 13 are the bigger two numbers. 13 can't be equal to or bigger than 7 and x combined, so 7+x<13 7+x<13 -7 -7 x< 6
whovianchick
  • whovianchick
oops I meant 6
whovianchick
  • whovianchick
So your final answer is 6

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