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nikki156789 Group Title

25. If MQ = 16, find TQ. �������� a. 6.4 b. 9.6 c. 5.33 d. 10.67

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  1. badreferences Group Title
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    The answer to "�" is "yes".

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  2. SUROJ Group Title
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    can you post picture lol

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  3. nikki156789 Group Title
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    |dw:1332482220944:dw|

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  4. nikki156789 Group Title
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    and angle q is 90 degrees

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  5. SUROJ Group Title
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    did you see triangles MRS and MLR are similar?

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    yes i see that.

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  7. badreferences Group Title
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    Every detail is important, yo.

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  8. nikki156789 Group Title
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    shush badreferences

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  9. SUROJ Group Title
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    so, see the corresponding equal angles.......did you actually see?

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  10. nikki156789 Group Title
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    yes i see those... im not blind

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    90 degrees and m

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  12. badreferences Group Title
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    Dang, nikki, SUROJ is tying to help you. I don't mind you being snarky at me, but those helping you might misinterpret it.

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  13. SUROJ Group Title
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    then find the ratio of corresponding sides

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  14. nikki156789 Group Title
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    idk what that is... see i told you earlier!!!!

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    write it on paper

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  16. nikki156789 Group Title
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    i did all of what you've said so far

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  17. nikki156789 Group Title
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    but idk what the ratio of corresponding sides is and how to find it.

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    @nikkil56789 After you read the last post at http://openstudy.com/users/directrix#/updates/4f6bfc90e4b0772daa078624 , I will help you with this problem.

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    ok

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  20. SUROJ Group Title
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    (MQ/ML)=(MT/MR) that gives MT=9.6, so TQ=16-9.6=6.4

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    Is segment RS given to be parallel to segment LR? With the given information, there is no reason to assume that any triangles shown are similar.

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