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Find the value of x. FG perpendicular to OP, RS perpendicular to OQ, FG=20, RS=24, OP=14

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    @Hunus @jim_thompson5910

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  3. jim_thompson5910
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    let r = radius of the circle

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    by the pythagorean theorem, we can say (FP)^2 + (OP)^2 = (OF)^2 10^2 + 14^2 = r^2 solve for r and tell me what you get

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    100 + 196 = 296^2. Now what?

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    r^2 = 296 so r = ???

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    296

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    no

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    r^2 is 296, not r

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    87, 616

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    don't square it though

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    how do you undo squaring something

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    sqrt?

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    yep

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    16.9?

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    you did sqrt(296) right?

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    Yea

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    it's close, but not correct

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    sqrt(296) = 17.2046505340852 round to whatever place you need to

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    17.2 isn't one of the answers. Only 16.9

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    but remember, we want x, not r

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    we use r to get x

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    the possible answers are: 16.9, 14, 12.3, and 12..

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    \[\large r = \sqrt{296} \rightarrow r^2 = 296\] \[\large (OQ)^2 + (RQ)^2 = (OR)^2\] \[\large (OQ)^2 + (RQ)^2 = r^2\] \[\large x^2 + 12^2 = 296\] \[\large x^2 + 144 = 296\] ... ... ... \[\large x = ???\]

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    152

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    12.3

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    \[\large x^2 = 152\] so \[\large x = ???\]

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    good, x is roughly 12.3

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    What about this one?

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    what about it? what do you want to find? and what are you given?

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    Oh. Lol. Forgot.\ AB is a diameter and AB is perpendicular to CD.

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    alright so that's all the given info?

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    I know the angles are all 90 degrees.

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    what do you need to find exactly?

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    Find BD for AC= 58 DEGREES

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    AC is a segment, not an angle

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    Okay..

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    so is it ACP or ACB that's 58 degrees

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    This is exactly what it says. Find m BD for m AC= 58 degrees.

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    oh arc AC, gotcha

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    angle APC = (1/2)*(arc AC + arc BD) 90 = (1/2)*(58 + x) 90*2 = 58 + x 180 = 58 + x solve for x

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    122

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    yep

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