Sum of two sides is greater than third side rule.

How can we assume RS is not the shorter side? since this is a QC question.

Isn’t the rule this - sum of two shorter sides is greater than the third side?

Sum of two sides is greater than third side rule.

How can we assume RS is not the shorter side? since this is a QC question.

Isn’t the rule this - sum of two shorter sides is greater than the third side?

The triangle inequality is general: the sum of two sides is greater than the third side.

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It need not be sum of two “smallest” sides ?

It is : Sum of “any” two sides?

Yes.

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