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Possible Lengths of KM## Why can't the triangle be an

## That triangle (2-2-4) cannot

That triangle (2-2-4) cannot exist.

Remember that, for any triangle, the length of 3rd side must follow the rule"

difference in lengths of 2 sides < 3rd side < sum of lengths of two sides.

So, if two sides have lengths 2 and 2, it must be true that:

0 < 3rd side < 4

So, the length of the 3rd side must be less than 4

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