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  1. anonymous
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    what do you need help with?

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    Sally drew a circle with right triangle PRQ inscribed in it, as shown below: The figure shows a circle with points P, Q, and R on it forming an inscribed triangle. Side PQ is a chord through the center and angle R is a right angle. Arc QR measures 40 degrees. If the measure of arc QR is 40°, what is the measure of angle PQR? 20° 40° 50° 70°

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    Can we see a picture?

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    @jf04

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    ok, thanks.

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    u welom

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    @jf04 are u there

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    yes, still trying to figure it out.

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    Gosh, sorry. I've never learned this in math class.

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    ok

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    @ChiefArnav

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    can you help me

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    @ChiefArnav

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    @mathstudent55

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    can u help me @misty1212

  17. misty1212
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    i think so

  18. anonymous
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    ok thanks

  19. misty1212
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    actually i am googling to see what theorem to use

  20. anonymous
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    ook

  21. misty1212
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    ok this is what i got from google angle P is 20 degrees because it is half of the "intercepted arc" i.e.half of 40

  22. misty1212
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    angle R is 90 degrees, it is a right angle

  23. misty1212
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    to total for the triangle is 180 so angle Q is 180 - 20 - 90 = 70

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    @Misty thank you

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    @misty1212 thank you

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