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2. (Original post by Randomstudwnt)
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3. (Original post by Randomstudwnt)
Attachment 730572
4. For the circle question, I will show you a picture with working on, angles and lines etc which may help you solve/understand this theorem.

Using the angles on the diagram, write down what you know and see if you can come to a conclusion
5. (Original post by Randomstudwnt)
Attachment 730572
TSR attachments don't work properly grrr

6. (Original post by Y11_Maths)
For the circle question, I will show you a picture with working on, angles and lines etc which may help you solve/understand this theorem.

Using the angles on the diagram, write down what you know and see if you can come to a conclusion
Can you send that again to be bigger and explain it
7. (Original post by Randomstudwnt)
Can you send that again to be bigger and explain it
What do you mean make it bigger?
8. (Original post by Y11_Maths)
What do you mean make it bigger?
I cant read a lot of the writing so enlarge it because the writing is cropped
9. (Original post by Randomstudwnt)
I cant read a lot of the writing so enlarge it because the writing is cropped
The writing is n/a for this question
10. (Original post by Randomstudwnt)
Can you send that again to be bigger and explain it
Then I really don't understand the diagram and what to do with it
11. (Original post by Randomstudwnt)
Then I really don't understand the diagram and what to do with it
All I’ve done is create a perpendicular bisector from the top of the triangle to the base. Then I’ve just labelled angles different letters.

All you have to do is fill in what you know about angles and the letters and you should come to a conclusion.

For example:
a plus b=180
What is x in terms of a?
What is y in terms of b?
Etc...
12. (Original post by Y11_Maths)
All I’ve done is create a perpendicular bisector from the top of the triangle to the base. Then I’ve just labelled angles different letters.

All you have to do is fill in what you know about angles and the letters and you should come to a conclusion.

For example:
a plus b=180
What is x in terms of a?
What is y in terms of b?
Etc...
Ive done that now but I just don't know if that will get any marks because I haven't linked it to the actual angle
13. (Original post by Y11_Maths)
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Are you able to view the attachment? It doesn't work for me.
14. (Original post by Notnek)
Are you able to view the attachment? It doesn't work for me.
Yes although I’m using my phone (whether that makes a difference I don’t know)
15. (Original post by Randomstudwnt)
Ive done that now but I just don't know if that will get any marks because I haven't linked it to the actual angle
Show me what you’ve written please

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