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Answerthisnow

  • 2 years ago

The figure PQRS is a parallelogram. Point M is the mid-point of PS. What is the length of QY?

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  1. Answerthisnow
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    I think it's 12 units

  3. Answerthisnow
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    im mostly likely wrong though xD

  4. zepp
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    12 is right :)

  5. zepp
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    Since we can easily prove that triangles MSR and YMP are congruent

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    Thanks :)

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    One more to go x)

  8. AccessDenied
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    Yep, zepp nailed that one. :P

  9. zepp
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    Angle SMR = Angle YMP -> Opposite angles SM = MP -> Given Angle YPS = Angle PSR -> Inner angles ASA postulate, therefore SR = YP = 6 6+6=12

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    This was answered for you yesterday. Why did you post it again?

  11. Answerthisnow
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    I had to redo the assignment sorry

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