Python | Checking triangular inequality on list of lists

Given a list of lists, the task is to find whether a sublist satisfies the triangle inequality.

The triangle inequality states that for any triangle, the sum of the lengths of any two sides must be greater than or equal to the length of the remaining side. In other words, a triangle is valid if sum of its two sides is greater than the third side. If three sides are a, b and c, then three conditions should be met.

a + b > c 
a + c > b 
b + c > a  

Method #1 : Using List comprehension

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# Python code to find whether a sublist 
# satisfies the triangle inequality.
  
# List initialization
Input = [[1, 3, 1], [4, 5, 6]]
  
# Sorting sublist
for elem in Input:
    elem.sort()
  
# Using list comprehension
Output = [(p, q, r) for p, q, r in Input if (p + q)>= r]
  
# Printing output
print(Output)

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Output:

[(4, 5, 6)]

 
Method #2 : Using Iteration

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# Python code to find whether a sublist
# satisfies the triangle inequality.
  
# List initialization
Input = [[1, 1, 3], [4, 5, 6]]
  
# Sorting sublist of list of list
for elem in Input:
    elem.sort()
  
# Checking for triangular inequality
for elem in Input:
    if elem[0] + elem[1] > elem[2]:
        print(elem)

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Output:

[4, 5, 6]


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