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A certain triangle has sides 9, 10, and X. It is given that

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A certain triangle has sides 9, 10, and X. It is given that X is an integer.

1. Find the greatest and the smallest possible X.
2. How many X lie between the two, ends being included.
3. How many X lie between the two, ends being excluded.
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KSS wrote:
stolyar wrote:
OK, but what about 2 and 3?


I did not understand 2&3


you have correctly found 2 and 18 (the smallets and the largert whole X)

2. should read: how many integers are there between 2 and 18, ends being included?

3. should read: how many integers are there between 2 and 18, ends being excluded?
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