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Write a program that reads three real numbers, assigns the appropriate boolean value to the following boolean variables, and displays the associated values.

Triangel: true if the real numbers can represent lengths of the sides of a triangle (the sum of any two of the numbrs must be greater than the third); false otherwise.

Equilateral: true if triangle is true and the triangle is equilateral (the three sides are equal); false otherwise

Isosceles: true if triangle is true and the triangle is isosceles (at least two sides are equal): false otherwise

Scalene: ture if triangle is true and the triangle is scalene (no two sides are equal); false otherwise

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