In ΔABC, AB = 2.5 cm and BC = 6 cm. Then, the length of AC cannot be
in triangle ABC
AB = 2.5 cm
BC = 6 cm
AC = ?
in any triangle sum of two sides > third side
=> AB + BC > AC
=> 2.5 + 6 > AC
=> AC < 8.5
AB + AC > BC
=> 2.5 + AC > 6
=> AC > 3.5
BC + AC > AB
=> 6 + AC > 2.5
=> AC > 3.5
Taking all together
3.5 < AC < 8.5
3.6 , 3.8 & 4 lies betwenn them
but not 3.4
Hence Length of AC can not be 3.4 cm
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