# HUNT THE CHALLENGES OF MATHS ~ 3

**Algebra**Level pending

\(x,y,z\) are real numbers such that -

\((x+y)^2=16. \\ (y+z)^2=36. \\ (z+x)^2=81\)

Also, \(x+y+z>3.\) find the sum of number of possible values of \((x+y+z) .\)

\(x,y,z\) are real numbers such that -

\((x+y)^2=16. \\ (y+z)^2=36. \\ (z+x)^2=81\)

Also, \(x+y+z>3.\) find the sum of number of possible values of \((x+y+z) .\)

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