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if m<prs = 17, find m<qrs



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amistre64
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depends on the shape of pqrs i spose

babystar16
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its a rhombus

amistre64
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is a rhombus a square on its side, or can it be squished some?

amistre64
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hmm, can you draw up a little sketch? im having trouble visualising a prs

hba
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Rhombus PQRS, with diagonals intersecting at T.

amistre64
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ah, then double seems about right to me

babystar16
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dw:1354288484178:dw

babystar16
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sorry for the awful drawing im on a laptop

amistre64
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it helps nonetheless :)

amistre64
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qrs looks to be double prs then

amistre64
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but im not sure

amistre64
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is the center of a rhombus always 90s?

babystar16
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dont think so

amistre64
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does it always have equal sides?

amistre64
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if it always has equal sides then my guess should be correct

babystar16
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yah it has equal sides