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hang254

  • 2 years ago

Look at the figure below. Which expression is equal to PR/PA ? Possible Answers: RQ/AB PB/PQ PB/AB PR/AR

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  1. hang254
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  2. hang254
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    @Ishaan94 can you help me with this problem please?

  3. Ishaan94
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    idk, my answer doesn't math your options. I am not strong at elementary geometry.

  4. Ishaan94
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    match*

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    @experimentX @dpaInc

  6. hang254
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    I understand. im not sure with this one either.

  7. Ishaan94
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    I would have gone with inverse of PB/PQ i.e PQ/PB. As it is PR/PA not PA/PR

  8. hang254
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    but wouldnt that be the same?

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    @Mertsj can you help me wit hthis problem please?

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    \[\frac{whole side}{short segment}=\frac{whole side}{short segment}\]

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    what is the wholeside and the shortsegment?

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    |dw:1340654016634:dw|

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    so pq and pr are the wholesides?

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    \[\frac{PQ}{PA}=\frac{PR}{PB}\]

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    yes

  16. hang254
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    oohhhh

  17. hang254
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    so the answer would be PB/PQ

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    yes

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    ok,thank you for helping understand

  20. Mertsj
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    yw

  21. hang254
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    so the answer would be PB/PQ

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