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Is there a diagram to go with this information?

Thank you. Can we assume AP is tangent to the circle and that BE is a diameter?

Yes

It's not very direct, but will work.

How can AOP form a right triangle?
I drew the line(auxillary lines) and it appears acute.

Angle AOP being acute.

Oh yeah...

OA=10.5 correct?

Oh, that's nice, everything works out to rational numbers. Very kind of them . . .

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I'm still not sure how to find EP?

I don't think you need EP, but did you use Pythagoras' theorem to get OP?

10(^2)+10.5(^2)=c(^2)
I get 210.25???

I was going to find EP. Then add BE+EP=BP

(take square root of c^2)

Ahhh. 14.5 + 10.5 correct?
Equaling 25

Okay good.
Sometimes I just need someone to make me ask myself the right questions.

Thanks for helping! I have another if you don't mind...?

Sure, I got time.

Yes, and the PT is very easy.

Exactly.

Will do.