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# In the circle above, PQ

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In the circle above, PQ [#permalink]  21 Dec 2008, 15:30
Does anyone know how to solve this?
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Re: Triangle [#permalink]  21 Dec 2008, 16:21
This site helped me figure this one out when I had this problem. You have to know the meaning of inscribed angle and then you also have to realize that one of the angles is a right angle because it includes the diameter.

http://www.cliffsnotes.com/WileyCDA/Cli ... 18825.html

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Re: Triangle   [#permalink] 21 Dec 2008, 16:21
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