Kemal G. answered • 04/26/17

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Hi Oliver,

I don't think this question can be solved. Since there are no angles given, you can have many different triangles using those two length measures and combinations of different angles and the unknown side length. For example, the angle between the sides whose lengths are given can be obtuse or acute, which would significantly change the length measure of the other side.

Kemal G.

28 < x < 154. Any value within this range can be the length of the third side.04/26/17