# The lenghts of two sides of. a triangle are 12cm and 15cm.between what two measures should be the length of the third side fall?with steps

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By Pythagoras we have the min limit of third side as

Let the length of third side be L

= 3 cm

and we know the sum of any two sides > the third side so 12 + 15 = 27 cm

so the third side ( L) must lie between

3 < L < 27 cm

Let the length of third side be L

= 3 cm

and we know the sum of any two sides > the third side so 12 + 15 = 27 cm

so the third side ( L) must lie between

3 < L < 27 cm

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A triangle ABC has 3 sides and they have to satisfy the following.

| a - b | < c < (a+b)

length of a side must be less the sum of the other two and more than the difference between the other two.

Hence, the third side, has to be more than (15-12) = 3 cm. Also it has to be less than (15+12) = 27 cm. It is in between 3 cm and 27 cm.

| a - b | < c < (a+b)

length of a side must be less the sum of the other two and more than the difference between the other two.

Hence, the third side, has to be more than (15-12) = 3 cm. Also it has to be less than (15+12) = 27 cm. It is in between 3 cm and 27 cm.