**Triangles - Part I**

Summary

The essence of the content revolves around the fundamental properties and rules governing the geometry of triangles, which are crucial for understanding and solving geometry problems on the GMAT exam.

- Every triangle's internal angles sum up to exactly 180 degrees, a foundational geometric principle.
- Triangles cannot have more than one right or obtuse angle, ensuring at least two angles are always acute.
- The largest angle in a triangle is always opposite the longest side, and the smallest angle is opposite the shortest side.
- The Triangle Inequality Theorem states that the sum of any two sides of a triangle must be greater than the third side.
- For any two sides of a triangle, the length of the third side must be greater than the difference and less than the sum of these two sides.

Chapters

00:00

Introduction to Triangles

01:05

Angle Sum Property

05:32

Triangle Inequality Theorem

09:13

Determining the Third Side

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