Construction of triangle when perimeter is given?

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If we have the perimeter, P, of a triangle, then we can construct the triangle if we know the length of any two sides, a and b. The third side of the triangle can be found using the formula c = P - (a + b).

If we have the perimeter, P, of a triangle, then we can construct the triangle if we know the length of any two sides, a and b. The third side of the triangle can be found using the formula c = P – (a + b).

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