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NA congruent to PA, MO perpendicular to NA, RO perpendicular to PA. MO= 3FT. What is PO?

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    This is a geometry honors exam. I know this question.

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    chords that are equidistant from the center are congruent

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    since PA = NA, that makes MO = OR

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    rest is bit easy to figure out

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    Just to help others, these are the provided answers: NA ≅ PA, MO ⊥ NA, RO ⊥ PA, MO = 7 feet what is PO? a.7 ft b.49 ft c.14 ft d.3.5 ft

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    Since NA and PA are congruent and Perpendicular to MO and RO, we can conclude that MO and RO are congruent. if MO is 7 ft. NA will bisect MO . RO = 7 ft and PA will bisect RO. PO will be 3.5 ft

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    I'm not the best at these type of problems, so I'll let the pros do the rest :)

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    @Emily778 for your problem PO would be different

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    still stuck with this ?

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    yep. @rsadhvika

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    MO = RO =3 => PO = RO/2 = 3/2 = 1.5

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    Thanks @rsadhvika

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