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If two sides of a triangle have lengths 4 and 9, then the length of the third side may be any number

a) less than 13
b) greater than 5 but less than 13
c) greater than 4 but less than 9
d) greater than 5

I suggest you draw this. It is not d, nor a.

it is b. Am I correct?

yes you are.

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  1. I am greater than 57 I am less then 60 I have 9 ones

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