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# Mathematics Problem(June 2014 WJEC GCSE) watch

1. Problem from June 2014 WJEC GCSE maths paper.
Any suggestions?
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2. (Original post by utah)

Problem from June 2014 WJEC GCSE maths paper.
Any suggestions?
Personally, I'd use the intersecting chords theorem.
3. (Original post by utah)

Problem from June 2014 WJEC GCSE maths paper.
Any suggestions?
it is just pythagoras!
4. (Original post by TeeEm)
it is just pythagoras!
How?
5. (Original post by utah)
How?
10.42+(r-1.5)2 = r2

can you see it?
6. (Original post by TeeEm)
it is just pythagoras!
A much nicer solution than mine.
7. (Original post by TeeEm)
10.42+(r-1.5)2 = r2

can you see it?
I can indeed!
Thank you.
8. (Original post by Smaug123)
A much nicer solution than mine.
hard to see ...

I dealt with practically the same question on a IGCSE paper about 3 weeks ago.

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