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Approach for: A certain right triangle has sides of length x

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A certain right triangle has sides of length x; y and z, where x 2
(B) \(\sqrt{2} < z < 2\)
(C) \(\sqrt{2} < z < \sqrt{3}\)
(D) \(1 < z < \sqrt{2}\)
(E) z < 1

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A certain right triangle has sides of length x; y and z, where x 2
(B) \(\sqrt{2} < z < 2\)
(C) \(\sqrt{2} < z < \sqrt{3}\)
(D) \(1 < z < \sqrt{2}\)
(E) z < 1


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