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Triangle Inequality Theorem

Sum of the lengths of any two sides of a triangle is greater than the third side.

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Apply the Triangle Inequality Theorem to determine if three side lengths make a triangle.

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Authors:

Dan Greenberg

Lori Jordan

Andrew Gloag

Victor Cifarelli

Jim Sconyers

Bill Zahner

Difficulty Level

Basic

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10

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9

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Subjects:

mathematics

Geometry

Tags:

side length

Triangle Inequality Theorem

Language

English

Concept Nodes:

MAT.GEO.407.055 (Triangle Inequality Theorem – Geometry)

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artifactID: 7585

artifactRevisionID: 20649811

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