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# In the circle above PQ is paralles to diameter OR, and OR

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In the circle above PQ is paralles to diameter OR, and OR  [#permalink]

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206. In the circle above PQ is paralles to diameter OR, and OR has length 18. What is the length of minor arc PQ?
A. 2π
B. 9π/4
C. 7π/2
D. 9π/2
E. 3π

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04 Aug 2008, 07:07
Yes you are correct. Can you please explain?
kaushikb wrote:
I think asnwer is 2*pi
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04 Aug 2008, 08:37
haidzz wrote:
Yes you are correct. Can you please explain?
kaushikb wrote:
I think asnwer is 2*pi

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