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In parallelogram LMNO, LM = 4.12, MN = 4, LN = 5, and OM = 6.4. Diagonals LN and OM intersect at point R. What is the length of OR?

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  1. anonymous
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    I do not understand.

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    triangle MON I think @surjithayer is suggesting is a right angle triangle

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    Again, I do not understand this...

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    LN=OM=2 OR

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    So the answer is 2..?

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    you will find LN from this OM and then OR

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    Thank you.

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    oh sorry you are already given OM so OR is simply half of OM

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    i think in the question you are given ON,not OM

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