Directions: Drag Each Tile To The Correct Box. Order The Following Conditions In Order From The Largest (2023)

Mathematics Middle School


Answer 1

D, C, A nad then B
Figure out the number of possible triangles that fitcondition A. There are 3 possible combinations of three even numbers that sum to 12.Of these three, there is only one where every length is less than the sum of the other two:4 inches,4 inches,4 inches.So, there is only one triangle that fitscondition A.Figure out the number of possible triangles that fitcondition B. Since the perimeter and two side lengths are given, subtract the two side lengths from the perimeter to get the length of the third side.Sketch a triangle with lengths of2 inches,4 inches,and5 inches.From the sketch, the angle between the4-inchlength and5-inchlength has to be the smallest angle. Since it has to be the smallest angle, it cannot be more than a right angle. So, there is zero triangles that fitcondition B.Figure out the number of possible triangles that fitcondition C. For the area to be less than13 square inches, the product of the legs must be less than26 square inches. The right triangles withodd-numberedlegs greater than1 inchwhose product is less than26 square inchesare shown below.So, three triangles fitcondition C.Figure out the number of possible triangles that fitcondition D. If two angles of an isosceles triangle measure 50º, the third can be found by subtraction both angle measures from 180º.So, the angle measures must be 50º, 50º, and 80º. There is no condition on the lengths, so there are an infinite number of triangles that fitcondition D.Therefore, the conditions in order of greatest possible triangles to least are shown below.condition D,condition C,condition A,condition B

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