Mathematics

Grade9

Easy

Question

# Apply the Hinge theorem and converse and solve the following.

Find the possible value of AC?

- 3
- 6
- 5
- 4

Hint:

### >>> Use Hinge's Theorem.

## The correct answer is: 6

### Given That;

>>> Therefore, the value of AC should be greater than 5. Then, we can opt 6.

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