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If A and B are tangent to the circle with center O as shown in the fig

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If A and B are tangent to the circle with center O as shown in the figure above, and AD has a length of 5 and AC has a length of 13, what is the radius of the circle?


A. 25/12

B. 65/12

C. \(\sqrt{34}\)

D. \(\sqrt{41}\)

E. \(\sqrt{50}\)


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If A and B are tangent to the circle with center O as shown in the figure above, and AD has a length of 5 and AC has a length of 13, what is the radius of the circle?


A. 25/12

B. 65/12

C. \(\sqrt{34}\)

D. \(\sqrt{41}\)

E. \(\sqrt{50}\)


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Triangle ADC is a right angle triangle with AC = 13 and AD = 5 i.e. CD = 12

Triangles ACD and OAD are similar triangle as per the property derived in attachment
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AD / CD = OA / AC
OA = Radius = (5/12)*13 = 65/12

Answer: option B
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