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    What can you say about osr and ors
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    What can you say about osr and ors
    You could say OSR is 90-X
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    remember that the angles in a triangle always add up to a certain number....
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    You could say OSR is 90-X
    Indeed, and what about ors (what can you say about the distances OR and OS?)
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    Indeed, and what about ors (what can you say about the distances OR and OS?)
    That it is an isoslies triangle because they are equal length OR and OS???
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    That it is an isoslies triangle because they are equal length OR and OS???
    Yes
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    That it is an isoslies triangle because they are equal length OR and OS???
    Yes.
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    Yes.
    So if we know OR and OS are equal and ROS is 2X Then 180-2x then divide by 2?
    Im not sure tbh
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    So if we know OR and OS are equal and ROS is 2X Then 180-2x then divide by 2?
    Im not sure tbh
    What? You know that the triangle is isoceles, so ORS and SRO are both 90-x. And you also know that angles in a triangle add up to 180.

    So ROS + 90 - x + 90 - x = 180. What's ROS, then?
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    What? You know that the triangle is isoceles, so ORS and SRO are both 90-x. And you also know that angles in a triangle add up to 180.

    So ROS + 90 - x + 90 - x = 180. What's ROS, then?
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    What? You know that the triangle is isoceles, so ORS and SRO are both 90-x. And you also know that angles in a triangle add up to 180.

    So ROS + 90 - x + 90 - x = 180. What's ROS, then?
    2x.
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    2x.
    Ta-da.
 
 
 
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