Q: What is the greatest possible area of a triangle with one side of length 7 and another side of length10?

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The greatest possible remainder is 6. If it were 7 or more, you'd be able to take another 7 out of it.

There isn't one. You can always put another nine on it.

Equilateral triangle, regular triangle.

The expanded binomial is another name for Pascal's triangle.

Another name is its correct name: an isosceles triangle.

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The greatest possible remainder is 6. If it were 7 or more, you'd be able to take another 7 out of it.

There is no such shape since it is always possible to add another side.

There isn't one. You can always put another nine on it.

Altitude is another word for a height of a triangle.

Equilateral triangle, regular triangle.

An equilateral triangle can also be called a "regular" triangle

The expanded binomial is another name for Pascal's triangle.

Another name is its correct name: an isosceles triangle.

An isosceles triangle.

right triangle

It is a theorem, not a postulate, since it is possible to prove it. If two angles and a side of one triangle are congruent to the corresponding angles and side of another triangle then the two triangles are congruent.

A congruent triangle is one where all the angles are identical to those of another triangle, or equivalently, all three sides are the same ratio to the sides of another triangle.