27.
Let the measure of the third side be
n
.
7
1
9
¬
.
n
7
1
n
¬
.
99
1
n
¬
.
7
16
¬
.
n
or
n
,
16
n
¬
.
2
n
¬
.2
2
Graph the inequalities on the same number line.
n
¬
,
16
n
¬
.
2
n
¬
2
Find the intersection.
The range of values that fit all three inequalities
is 2
,
n
,
16.
28.
Let the measure of the third side be
n
.
10
1
15
¬
.
n
10
1
n
¬
.
15
15
1
n
¬
.
10
25
¬
.
n
or
n
,
25
n
¬
.
5
n
¬
5
Graph the inequalities on the same number line.
n
¬
,
25
n
¬
.
5
n
¬
5
Find the intersection.
The range of values that fit all three inequalities
is 5
,
n
,
25.
29.
Let the measure of the third side be
n
.
12
1
18
¬
.
n
12
1
n
¬
.
18
18
1
n
¬
.
12
30
¬
.
n
or
n
,
30
n
¬
.
6
n
¬
6
Graph the inequalities on the same number line.
n
¬
,
30
n
¬
.
6
n
¬
.2
6
Find the intersection.
The range of values that fit all three inequalities
is 6
,
n
,
30.
30.
Let the measure of the third side be
n
.
21
1
47
¬
.
n
21
1
n
¬
.
47
47
1
n
¬
.
21
68
¬
.
n
or
n
,
68
n
¬
.
26
n
¬
26
Graph the inequalities on the same number line.
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2011 for the course MAC 1140 taught by Professor Dr.zhan during the Fall '10 term at UNF.
 Fall '10
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 Calculus, PreCalculus, Inequalities

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