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1. (Original post by A Limp Handshake)
you've got to be kidding me... re-read the question properly.
what did you get?
2. (Original post by TeeEm)
what did you get?
the right answer that's what. not gonna tell you though.
3. (Original post by TeeEm)
what did you get?
(Original post by A Limp Handshake)
the right answer that's what. not gonna tell you though.
He's a troll, ignore him. He's got nothing better to do with his life except come here and troll the maths forum.
4. (Original post by A Limp Handshake)
the right answer that's what. not gonna tell you though.
I see ...
I am sorry to hear that. You must be some kind of authority ...
5. (Original post by A Limp Handshake)
the right answer that's what. not gonna tell you though.
(Original post by TeeEm)
I see ...

I am sorry to hear that. You must be some kind of authority ...
Don't worry TeeEm. He's just scared people will copy his answer which he worked so hard on.
6. is this GCSE? anyway, first work out the angle BMO and line LB. LO will just be 18/2=9. if we have angle BMO we can find angle LOB (straight line) . so to summarise we have the length of LB, the length of LO and the angle BMO. so now we can work out OB which is the radius of circle, so x2 to get diameter
7. (Original post by A Limp Handshake)
the right answer that's what. not gonna tell you though.
You're such a weirdo.

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