what is the range of values between which the length of the third side can fall
asked Dec 27, 2011 in Geometry Answers by anonymous

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use triangle inequality the total of two sides must be less thatn the third side so 9, 15  add them we get 24 subtract them we get 6 there is your range

answered Dec 27, 2011 by waltjhall Level 10 User (55,660 points)
i dont know but if you find out please post it
answered Nov 2, 2012 by anonymous
from 6 to 24.
answered Dec 23, 2012 by anonymous

tjay is the correct answer. I am hey tryin to find the angle
answered Mar 6, 2013 by anonymous
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answered Jun 26, 2013 by anonymous
Sum of two sides of triangle must exeed that of the third sides; values of third side must be within inclusive interval 7 cm to 23cm. Check that any number from 7 to 23 obeys this law
answered Apr 30, 2014 by kunle Ambali

23 cm

answered Jun 17, 2014 by hubert
if two sides of triangle are 9 cm and 15cm find the value of third side

This appears to be a variation of the 3/4/5 right triangle.
3*3  9
3*4  12    < The missing side
3*5  15
answered Mar 29, 2015 by CWA Level 11 User (78,600 points)
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