PreAlgebra
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1. Determine which set of three numbers could represent the sides of a right triangle.
a. 9, 41, 41
b. 9, 40, 41
c. 8, 41, 40
d. 10, 40, 42
is the answer b?
2. Determine which set of three numbers could not represent the sides of a right triangle.
a. 3, 4, 5
b. 21, 28, 35
c. 14, 19, 24
d. 30, 40, 50
is the answer d?

1. Correct
2. If a is representative, so is d. c is correct.
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