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the sum of the lengths of any two sides of a triangle must be greater than the third side. If a triangle has one side that 17 inches and a second side that is 1 inch less than twice the thrid side, what are the possible lengths for the second and third side.
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Angela

it seems to me that the third side has to be greater then sixteen, and less than 18.
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Two sides of a triangle are 11cm and 16cm what is the range of possible lengths for the third side
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