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5 September, 15:43

Can the sides of a triangle have length 1,3 and 5

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  1. 5 September, 16:28
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    No.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The two smallest sides must be greater than the biggest side when added up in order to form a complete triangle.

    1+3 is 4, which is less than five, so the triangle wouldn't be connected.

    Essentially, imagine a triangle where one line is too short to reach the other two, which is what was just explained--the smallest sides must add up to be greater than the biggest side in order to form a complete triangle.
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