yell2012prime wrote:

Please, someone help me...

If two sides of a triangle have length 6 and 8 third side (x) has to between 2 < x < 14, which means answer A cannot be correct.

When the lengths of two sides of a triangle are given, there is no description on type of triangle you are dealing with. It may be a right triangle, isosceles or a very small triangle but not a straight line

and as such, you have to find the maximum and minimum value for the area

the maximum area will occur if the two sides form the legs of a right triangle.

Therefore Area \(= (\frac{1}{2})*(6)*(8) = 24 =\) maximum possible area

Now the range of possible areas is \(0 < Area\leq{24}\)

So all three values are possible.

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