What range of length is possible for the third side, x?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 18th Nov, 2013, 03:57: AM
In a triangle sum of lengths of either two sides is always greater than the third side and also difference of lengths of either two sides is always lesser than the third side.
So, 10 - 7 < x < 10 + 7
3 < x < 17
Thus, the length of 'x' should lie between 3 cm and 17 cm.
Answered by | 18th Nov, 2013, 05:57: AM
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