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29 Aug 2007, 11:53
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29 Aug 2007, 13:06
The answer is (D) which is 2.

Since OR is the radius its equal to 2, We know that OPRS is a square, so the length of diagonals are the same. Therefore valus of SP = OR = 2.
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29 Aug 2007, 13:06
ans is 2 ?

ps=or=rdius of circle
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29 Aug 2007, 15:40
Ravshonbek wrote:

This one took me 2 seconds.
2 is the answer if point R can be assumed that it is on the circle.
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29 Aug 2007, 15:58
Ravshonbek wrote:

hmm...well...mmmm.....i dont see any trick that can trick me here
At a glance D
Re: geometry tricky   [#permalink] 29 Aug 2007, 15:58
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