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Look at triangle PQR with its incenter at O. What is the measure of angle POR? A.95 degrees B.120 degrees C.130 degrees D.85 degrees

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  1. CHAD159753
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  2. CHAD159753
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    Im guessing you dont knoe @rebeccaskell94 lol

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  3. CHAD159753
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    Well hopfully @kropot72 can help

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  4. lgbasallote
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    uhmm do you mean angle POR? coz that's the one with a question mark..PQR is easy haha

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  5. CHAD159753
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    I mean POR

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  6. lgbasallote
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    well now..that is hard...

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  7. lgbasallote
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    is angle r confruent to angle P?

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  8. CHAD159753
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    yes? no?

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  9. CHAD159753
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    idk

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  10. CHAD159753
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    ill give yu a medal lol

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  11. lgbasallote
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    @rebeccaskell94

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  12. CHAD159753
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    @rebeccaskell94 your on the question :D try answering it ill make sure it gets at least 5 medals

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    yes becca >:))

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  14. inkyvoyd
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    The answer is E. I'm sure of it.

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    ^he was close...

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  16. inkyvoyd
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    There's no way it's Pi. It's definitely E.

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  17. CHAD159753
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    I honestly think @inkyvoyd is serious here im not sure if I should laugh or just feel sorry for the dude?

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  18. inkyvoyd
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    I'm serious bro. E is a superior number to any multiple of Pi. Have you looked at the series for E? Only like 30 times more elegant.

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  19. inkyvoyd
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    Radians hint hint, Mathematica constant usage rules hint hint maclaurin hint hint, troll hint hint @lgbasallote

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  20. CHAD159753
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    and I was here thinking im slow at times but yu smh

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  21. inkyvoyd
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    Fine, I'll give you the answer.

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  22. CHAD159753
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    lol idk if im gonna trust your answer im not so sure about yur intelligence anymore

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  23. inkyvoyd
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    It's (13Pi)/18. Please note the absence of units, which should mean something to you.

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    @lgbasallote , I'm so right, right? The answer is (13Pi)/18

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    seems abt right

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    lol I feel bad for you @inkyvoyd its ok you can stop now

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    just convert to degrees then you're all set

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    Its alright I still feel bad for @inkyvoyd

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    @FoolForMath

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  30. CHAD159753
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    lol I got the answer a long time ago ;D even before you were here @inkyvoyd

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  31. inkyvoyd
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    Chad, you really want to see who's math is better?

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  32. CHAD159753
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    and yu saying its E makes me feel bad for yu bcuz ik yu were serious about that haha poor kid

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    it's related to E bro.

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    E^(iPi)+1=0

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  35. CHAD159753
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    yeah @inkyvoyd show me your "knowledge" hahaha just go ahead and solve the problem

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    I just did bro. The answer is (13Pi)/18. I'm not a babylonian bro. I don't think in degrees.

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    @Diyadiya , read this, it's really funny, I promise you.

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  38. CHAD159753
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    Haha so you dont know the answer ;D which proves me right you dont know if its A B C or D lol

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    No bro, you just don't know radians.

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    Haha suree your real "smart" bro

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    I didn't forget my unit's bro, I left off the unit because it's customary to do so when talking about Radians. I gave my answer as a multiple of pi. That should've been a hint enough bro.

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    Haha bcuz your not intelligent enough to give it in degrees ;D

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    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=%2813pi%29%2F18%3D+degrees

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    See your not intelligent enough to answer the question with degrees tho heres a hint its ether A, B, C, or D ;D

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  45. inkyvoyd
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    Well, have fun claiming to yourself how much smarter you are than me.

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    its ok bro dont hurt yourself ;D

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    You want a real problem?

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  48. CHAD159753
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    mwahahah poor @inkyvoyd thought he could answer the problem

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    I'll give you one, and you can have fun, alright bro?

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  50. CHAD159753
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    haha or you can "answer" this one ;D oh wait yu cant xD

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  51. inkyvoyd
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    It's the -(e^(iPi)+2th letter of the alphabet.

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    Hint: e^(iPi)=cos x+i sin x. Oh wait, you don't know radians. Sorry bro, you need to learn radians to understand my answer.

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    haha poor @inkyvoyd has to talk about radians bcuz hes not smart enough to answer in degrees poor kid

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    Alright, I've had enough. Please stop tagging me, because you are spamming my notifications.

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    haha so just admit that yu dont know the answer

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    haha lol...inky is right dude =)))

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  57. CHAD159753
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    Lol nope if he cant answer in degrees he shall always be wrong ;D poor kid

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    multiply his answer by 180/pi to convert to degrees lol

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    lol here ill explain it to him so its a little easier the answer is 180-60 which is 120 ;D the end poor kid couldnt do that

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    uhmmm actually 120 isnt the answer....

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    haha no I feel bad for you lgb bcuz it is the answer ;D "B" is correct

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    now*

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    haha bcuz you see @lgbasallote I finished the test about 30 mins ago and it said my choice which was "120" was correct ;D its ok tho bro

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    hmmm something's weird... -_-

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    |dw:1336470763024:dw|

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    Is it solved?

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    |dw:1336470834041:dw|

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    That is right chad.

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    |dw:1336470867818:dw|

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    it did not state that it was congruent with 25 -__- that test question was ambiguoous

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    |dw:1336471022091:dw| it should be drawn like that

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  72. CHAD159753
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    Its common knowledge every triangle = 180 degrees look at the loop thing for "P" its only on one side so thats 25... the loop for "R" s on both sides so its 70/2 which is 35 ;D add 25+35=60. then using the common knowledge subtract 60 from 180 and you get your answer ;D maybe next time bro ;)

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    |dw:1336471153908:dw|

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    is there no other info available?

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    it should be 120 degrees

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