anonymous
  • anonymous
2+1=
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay can anyone help me with this problem?If m
anonymous
  • anonymous
LOL go babyboo LOL

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anonymous
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anonymous
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This method of trying to 'trick' people into helping you with other hard problems by asking an easy one first isn't really a good idea, because the people who can answer 2+1 may not have any idea how to answer your hard problem, and people who can answer the hard problem may not be interested enough to click into here because they think it's just an arithmetic thing.
anonymous
  • anonymous
wow i think 50 degress
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think its b does anyone else have an answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol thanks and wow is what i was saying is he like the master on here or something lol but thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
One sec, lemme look
anonymous
  • anonymous
Uh, if the measure of QSR is 25 degrees, then the measure of QR is also 25 degrees. It's the same distance. Your radius is changed, and your angle changed, but the distance is the same. You don't really measure distance with degrees.

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