If the length of HJ = 6 inches and the length of JK = 210 inches, what is the length of HI? (Note that HI is tangent to circle G.) 36 inches 1,296 inches 49 inches 25 inches x 210 --- = --- 6 x x^2 = 1260 x = sqrt(1260) = abt 35.5.how?

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If the length of HJ = 6 inches and the length of JK = 210 inches, what is the length of HI? (Note that HI is tangent to circle G.) 36 inches 1,296 inches 49 inches 25 inches x 210 --- = --- 6 x x^2 = 1260 x = sqrt(1260) = abt 35.5.how?

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