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Re: Which of the following could not be the lengths of the sides of a righ [#permalink]
option A, B , C and E satisfy the pythagoras theorem which is \(one side^2\) + \(another side ^2\) = \(hypotenuse^2\)
option D doesn't satisfy this theorem
correct answer - D
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