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The sides of a triangle is a, b, and c. Are the three angles

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The sides of a triangle is a, b, and c. Are the three angles all less than 90 measure degrees?

1). The areas of the semi-circles with the radius a, b, c are 4, 5, 6, respectively.

2). c<a+b<c+2
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New post 11 Nov 2006, 07:59
I think it is A...not quite sure though

2 is just the property which should be true for any 3 sides of a triangle

the sunm of lengths of 2 sides must be > than third side
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