Suppose the interior angles of a triangle are φ1, φ2, and φ3, with φ1 > φ2 > φ3. Which side of the triangle is the shortest?

Suppose the interior angles of a triangle are φ1, φ2, and φ3, with φ1 > φ2 > φ3. Which side of the triangle is the shortest?


A. The side opposite φ1.


B. The side opposite φ2.


C. The side opposite φ3.


D. More information is needed unless the triangle is a right triangle.


The answer is :

C. The side opposite φ3.


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