All the sides of a triangle are integers. If the perimeter of the triangle is $3,$ then how many different possible triangles are there? (Assume that the triangle is non-degenerate. Two triangles are considered the same if they are congruent.)

falafronk Mar 27, 2024

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*All the sides of a triangle are integers. If the perimeter of the triangle is $3,$ then how many different possible triangles are there? (Assume that the triangle is non-degenerate. Two triangles are considered the same if they are congruent.)*

A triangle has 3 sides.

All the way around is 3.

Every side is an integer.

Each side can equal only 1. There is **one triangle**.

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Bosco Mar 27, 2024

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*All the sides of a triangle are integers. If the perimeter of the triangle is $3,$ then how many different possible triangles are there? (Assume that the triangle is non-degenerate. Two triangles are considered the same if they are congruent.)*

A triangle has 3 sides.

All the way around is 3.

Every side is an integer.

Each side can equal only 1. There is **one triangle**.

_{.}

Bosco Mar 27, 2024