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    Hi i wondered if you could help me with this C2 question. I have typed it up onto word, diagram included and have attached it, if someone could help me i would be very appreciative, i only need help with part c. Thanks.
    EDIT: Just realised that i have accidenlty put in a part d, that is the actual question for part c. Sorry
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    You can find the distance from P to the center, and you know that the distance from the center to T is 5. So use pythagoras to find PT.
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    (Original post by dvs)
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    You can find the distance from P to the center, and you know that the distance from the center to T is 5. So use pythagoras to find PT.
    Thankyou very much :hugs:

    I was beggining to lose the will to live so although that was probably an easy question i was finding it pretty hard xD So thanks again, ill rep ye tomorrow
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    Are these the Sarah Milthorpe sheets? I think I remember this question....Does anyone have any of them online?
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    (Original post by Matt_2K)
    Are these the Sarah Milthorpe sheets? I think I remember this question....Does anyone have any of them online?
    I have no idea, i was just given a practice paper and that was one of the questions on it.
 
 
 
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