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# Points a, b, and c, form a triangle. the distance between point a and point b is 15 yards. the distance between point b and point c is 25 yards. pete walks directly from point a to point c, without passing through point b. what is the direct distance from a to c? how far would pete walk if he went from a to b to c? yards the direct distance from a to c is more than yards. the inequality w < represents the distance, w, that pete might save by taking the direct path.

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