Posted by cole on .
Directions: Determine if the given lengths in each problem can form a triangle.
1. 7in. , 3in. , 10in.

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y912f,
i think you have to use the pythagorian theoremi think it's false

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Damon,
7 + 3 only reaches the two ends of 10 in a straight line.
the sum of the two sides must be grater than the third side 
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Ms. Sue,
If your triangle has two acute angles and one obtuse angle, those measurements will work.

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Jenkins,
The sum of two lengths must be greater than the third.