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Which of these angles has the greatest measure?

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    <STR <QPR <QSR <PQS

  3. anonymous
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    Sorry, I forgot those were multiple choice

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    @Preetha @Hero

  5. anonymous
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    What do you think it is?

  6. anonymous
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    Well, I have no clue mathematically what it should be, but it looks like out of the options I have that it is QSR

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    wait no it looks like it's STR

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    I would wait to get it confirmed, but i believe it would be STR. because, we can determine none of them are straight lines, or even close which eliminates any of them from being obtuse angels. So, STR would be closest, if not perfect, to a right angle.

  9. anonymous
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    Okay. Do you know what that has to do with the arc measures that they provide?

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    No, not really. i think its a separate thing. Maybe something to use to determine the actual measurements? because it gives you QTR and PTS and you may *MAY* be able to use those to find the other measurements.

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    Oh okay. Awesome, thanks! Can you help me with another one?

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