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dedderick

  • 2 years ago

L is a point of tangency. Segments PL and PN have a common point at P. Find the length KN.

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    i need help anybody

  3. svaibhavi
    • 2 years ago
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    well use the formula (PL)^2= PK * PN relation b/w secant and tangent

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    so wats the answer cuz i really don't understand

  5. svaibhavi
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    i think it should be 9/2 try it

  6. dedderick
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    the answers are 4,4.5,5,5.5

  7. svaibhavi
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    yeah so 4.5 should be it

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    ok thnx

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