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One side of a triangle is 10 cm long and another side is 7 cm. what do you know about the length of the third side?

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In any triangle, a side is longer than the difference between the other two. A side is also less the the sum of the other two. If these two rules are not obeyed then a triangle cannot be formed by those sides.

a = 10 cm. b = 7 cm.

Then c > 10-7 = 3 cm and also, c < 10+7 = 17 cm.

3 cm < the third side < 17 cm

a = 10 cm. b = 7 cm.

Then c > 10-7 = 3 cm and also, c < 10+7 = 17 cm.

3 cm < the third side < 17 cm