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If in the figure above OP = PQ, what is the length of PR?

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If in the figure above OP = PQ, what is the length of PR?


(1) OR = RQ = 10

(2) Angle ROQ = 45

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Re: If in the figure above OP = PQ, what is the length of PR?  [#permalink]

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If in the figure above OP = PQ, what is the length of PR?


(1) OR = RQ = 10

(2) Angle ROQ = 45

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Question: what is the length of PR?

Given that P is midpoint of OQ

Statement 1: OR = RQ = 10

i.e. Triangle ORQ becomes an isosceles right angle triangle and hence the midpoint can be calculated as follows
Area of the triangle, (1/2)*OR*RQ = (1/2)*OQ*PR
i.e. (1/2)*10*10 = (1/2)*10√2*PR
i.e. PR = 5√2
SUFFICIENT

Statement 2: Angle ROQ = 45

i.e. triangle has angles 45º-45º-90º hence the reasoning used in statement 1 may be applied again to calculate the length of PR hence

SUFFICIENT

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Re: If in the figure above OP = PQ, what is the length of PR?  [#permalink]

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If in the figure above OP = PQ, what is the length of PR?


(1) OR = RQ = 10

(2) Angle ROQ = 45

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S1 - OR = RQ = 10
Consider triangles ORP and QRP
The triangles are congruent since angle O = Q; OR = RQ and OP = QP
Therefore angle OPR=QPR=90 deg.
We can find PR.
Sufficient.

S2 - Angle ROQ = 45
Angle RQP=ROQ=45 deg.
We cannot find PR since measure of any side is not given. Insufficient.
Answer A.
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Re: If in the figure above OP = PQ, what is the length of PR?  [#permalink]

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New post 08 Sep 2018, 19:11
Similar problem I faced earlier and I made the same mistake. I didn't consider right angle symbol while solving the question.
And in another problem only box was mentioned and answer was provided taking shape of box rectangular.
So seeing such problems frequently, I have one question.
Should I always consider symbols and shapes as they are given in question in which nothing specifically mentioned?

Expert please help me not repeat the same mistake.
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Re: If in the figure above OP = PQ, what is the length of PR?  [#permalink]

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Similar problem I faced earlier and I made the same mistake. I didn't consider right angle symbol while solving the question.
And in another problem only box was mentioned and answer was provided taking shape of box rectangular.
So seeing such problems frequently, I have one question.
Should I always consider symbols and shapes as they are given in question in which nothing specifically mentioned?

Expert please help me not repeat the same mistake.


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I am no expert. However, I would suggest to follow the below link and guidelines provided in OG.
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If in the figure above OP = PQ, what is the length of PR?  [#permalink]

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If in the figure above OP = PQ, what is the length of PR?


(1) OR = RQ = 10

(2) Angle ROQ = 45

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Statement I:

As OR = RQ & OP = PQ then by Similar Angles triangle -
\(PR/OR = OQ/PQ\)
Hence, \(PR = OQ\)

OQ = \(10\sqrt{2}\)

Statement II:

Again following similar triangle property as in Statement I, \(PR = OQ\)
But here, we can't determine the value of OQ.
Hence, Insufficient.
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