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HELP ME WITH MY HW, PLEASE. >>>>>> Refer to the triangle below to find the measure of QR.

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where's the triangle at?
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sorry, its my first time drawing on here. i rarely post questions on op.
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ohmygod. can someone help me with this please?
i dont know... you could have been nice about me awkwardly hitting on you..
do they give you anything else? like an angle?
lol sorry, ty for the compliment. but i rly need help right now. i dont have much time bc i have lots of other work to do.
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sorry, i suck at drawing on here. but thats all.
if Qmr was equilateral triangle then i would say QR= 15|dw:1392951046592:dw|
you mean, angle? and thanks!
lol yeah sorry.
can you help me with another?
yeah sure
and no, i was being slick earlier:)
lolol, right.
okay. next question. draw a quadrilateral with congruent perpendicular diagonals that is not a parallelogram.
sorry don't get that, repost the question and im sure someone who knows will help you.
aw ok. well, thanks anyway!
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do you have a choice of answers? i did ratios but not sure let QR = x then 15/24 = x/16 15/24 divide by 3 can be reduced to 5/8 5/8 =x/16 solve for x x= 10 therefore QR would be 10
there werent answer choices, but that makes sense. thank you! @triciaal

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