MATH SOLVE

4 months ago

Q:
# Suppose a triangle has sides a b and c and the angle opposite the side of length a is obtuse.What must be true?A. a^2+b^2<c^2

Accepted Solution

A:

When a triangle is obtuse, the length of c^2 is bigger than the combined lengths of a^2 and b^2.

a^2+b^2<c^2

"A" is the best answer.

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~kaikers

a^2+b^2<c^2

"A" is the best answer.

I hope this helps!

~kaikers