G.5 VA SOL
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Which three values can form a triangle?29
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Which three values can form a triangle?
Two sides of a triangle have the following measures. What could be the possible measure of the third side? 25,38
Order the sides of each triangle from shortest to longest.
BA, CA, BC30s
Two sides of a triangle have the following measures. Find the range of possible measures for the third side. 32,40
8< x < 72
72< x < 8300s
Order the angles from smallest to largest
<V, <U, <T30s
State if the three numbers can be the measures of the sides of a triangle.
7, 5, 2
Order the sides from longest to smallest
Two sides of a triangle have the following measures. Find the range of possible measures for the third side. 30,40
81 < x < 3
3 < x < 81
81 < x < 3
3 < x < 81300s
Find the missing angleUsers enter free textType an Answer300s
List the sides of the angle in order from largest to smallestUsers link answersLinking300s
Which of the following values can form a triangle?
Which is the largest angle?Users enter free textType an Answer300s
List the angles in order from smallest to largest.Users link answersLinking300s
Match the correct answersUsers link answersLinking300s
Given the values 10 and 5.
Drag to the correct answer choice.Users sort answers between categoriesSorting300s
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