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Can someone help me find the length in this problem? Its between 22 and 23.

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i'll have to checkout the theorem PK^2 = the product of the other two segments hold on a moment
PK^2 = PS.PT

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20 times 6. or 20 plus 6 ?
right ganes has got it its times
20*6=1200
also PK^2 = PN * PM so PN.PM = PS.PT
22* ?= 1200
i dont have pn
you have the wrong values PS = 20 and PT = 26
20*26 = ?
520
right now lets let PN = x so PM = 22 + x do u follow that?
yeah.. but how do i get x?
is my answer 22 or 23 is all im asking.. :/
PN . PM = x (x + 22) right
ive wasted 18 minutes on this problem alone. im going to have to move on now. thx for trying.
well another 3 minutes and we've done it
and learning how to do it is not a waste of time...
it should take less then 5 to do this problem. so yeah i would call it a waste. :/
Especially since i have about 10 more problems just like this.. i cant take 20 minutes to do each. thats insane/ thanks for trying again..
Once you know how to do it, it takes no time... how much time did u take learning walking when you're kid ? stop rushing ok...
x(x+22) = 520 x^2 + 22x - 520 = 0 x = 14.42
Ive tried for 4 years. I just give up. Sorry for being rude. But thanks.
* 14.32
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