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Why is the line from R to T not equal to RS ?
Why can’t the triangle formed be equilateral?
If you look at it carefully , you can see A kite structure formed meaning both sides have equal lengths which is 8и
Last edited by mh2410; 3 months ago
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3 months ago
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what am i suppose to look at? ur username? whers RS and RT
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(Original post by thelitbanana)
what am i suppose to look at? ur username? whers RS and RT
The image is literally there
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2 months ago
#4
it wanst there yesterday omg

(Original post by mh2410)
The image is literally there
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2 months ago
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RT is a chord and it wont form an equalitateral triangle with RS i dont think. cos basically if u draw a horizontal line from Q to PR and label that point like O or smth and PR-2= PO so then you'll see the right angle triangle formed and then just pythagoras n youll find RS. it doesnt form an equilateral triangle because PR and PT could really far apart, PR and PT could be perpendicular to each other and there could still be a line PT formed
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(Original post by thelitbanana)
RT is a chord and it wont form an equalitateral triangle with RS i dont think. cos basically if u draw a horizontal line from Q to PR and label that point like O or smth and PR-2= PO so then you'll see the right angle triangle formed and then just pythagoras n youll find RS. it doesnt form an equilateral triangle because PR and PT could really far apart, PR and PT could be perpendicular to each other and there could still be a line PT formed
Thank you
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