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You could start by calculating the length of the diameter

EDIT: You have this writtten already lol
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What year is this from? I can only think of the A-Level way I would do this so if I knew the year, I can try to talk you through it the GCSE way
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Find out all the lengths inside and make a right angled triangle. Do Pythagoras. And bobs your uncle



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, A-level maths is harder but they are slowly moving it down to gcse which will be even harder , I hate question with circle theroms
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FInd the centre of the circle, call it D, You know the radius is 7 so form a triangle OCD using the radius as the hypotenuse. Then you can find OC.
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What year is this from? I can only think of the A-Level way I would do this so if I knew the year, I can try to talk you through it the GCSE way
Oh this is from 2017 from a 'Churchill maths limited' paper- it's the new syllabus


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You could start by calculating the length of the diameter

EDIT: You have this writtten already lol
Lol thanks anyway😂💕


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FInd the centre of the circle, call it D, You know the radius is 7 so form a triangle OCD using the radius as the hypotenuse. Then you can find OC.
Thank you so much😩💕💕


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, A-level maths is harder but they are slowly moving it down to gcse which will be even harder , I hate question with circle theroms
Ikr😔


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Find out all the lengths inside and make a right angled triangle. Do Pythagoras. And bobs your uncle



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Thank you so much💕☺️


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