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# What is the radius of the circle shown above?

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What is the radius of the circle shown above?

(1) The length of QR is 5.
(2) The length of PQ is $$\sqrt{75}$$

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12 Sep 2018, 19:51
1)Triangle QOR is equilateral so r=5
2)Sides will in the ratio r:r:r*root(3)
r=5
So D will be the answer.
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12 Sep 2018, 20:29
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Bunuel wrote:

What is the radius of the circle shown above?

(1) The length of QR is 5.
(2) The length of PQ is $$\sqrt{75}$$

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S1 - QR=5
$$\angle$$ QOR=180-12=60
$$\angle$$ OQR= $$\angle$$ORQ=60
Sufficient

S2 - PQ=$$\sqrt{75}$$
OP=OQ (radius), $$\angle$$OPQ=$$\angle$$OQP=30, $$\angle$$ POQ=120
PQR is a 30-60-90 triangle, we can find the radius.
Sufficient.

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