An obtuse angled triangle has two of its sides #9# and #13#. What is the range for the third side?
In an obtuse angled triangle, square on the largest side is greater than sum of the squares on other two sides. However, the largest side is always less than sum of other two sides.
Now, there are two possibilities here.
(1) - Side with length
In such a case, we will have
(2) - Side with length
In this case, we will have