Q: Can a triangle be formed with side lengths of 2 3 and 6?

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no

that's an iscoceles triangle...

Isosceles.

No

These dimensions do not form a triangle.

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no

that's an iscoceles triangle...

If any of its 2 sides is not greater than its third in length then a triangle can't be formed.

Lenths of the 2 shortests sides added together has to be greater than length of the longest side.

These dimensions do not form a triangle.

Isosceles.

No

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A triangle with 2 equal side lengths is called an isosceles triangle.

An isoceles triangle has 2 congruent sides of equal length, and one of a different length.(If all three side lengths are the same, you have an equilateral triangle, which is also equiangular, each angle 60°).

isoceles triangle

No. 1/2 base squared + height squared=side squared on an equilateral triangle.