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NotSoSmart  Mar 31, 2017
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So I still havent figured out on how to solve this!

Cole_2  Mar 31, 2017
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I just don't get anything.. but when CPhill explains it then it's like BOOM duh I shoulv'e know this or that.. heh

NotSoSmart  Mar 31, 2017
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Ohhh

Cole_2  Mar 31, 2017
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Yea but now he's gone so...

NotSoSmart  Mar 31, 2017
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Yeah

Cole_2  Mar 31, 2017
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You know Isabelle is smart too!

NotSoSmart  Mar 31, 2017
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Who's that?

Cole_2  Mar 31, 2017
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Oh she's on here too sometimes, her and CPhill are really smart, I think they're friends yea.

NotSoSmart  Mar 31, 2017
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I dont know who she is!

Cole_2  Mar 31, 2017
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She's Melody.

Goken  Mar 31, 2017
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Ahhh!

Cole_2  Mar 31, 2017
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Ohh hmm

NotSoSmart  Mar 31, 2017
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Lol!

Cole_2  Mar 31, 2017
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And who are you..? lol

NotSoSmart  Mar 31, 2017
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Huh?

Cole_2  Mar 31, 2017
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Not you, the person that comment

NotSoSmart  Mar 31, 2017
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Ohhhh

Cole_2  Mar 31, 2017
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Lol, oh I wish he came back on

NotSoSmart  Mar 31, 2017
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This one is a little difficult.....

Since NA = PA....then chords  RO and MO  are equidistant from the center of the circle, A...and chords that are equidistant from the center of a circle are equal.....thus RO  = MO  = 7

Further....a segment drawn from the center of a circle that is perpendicular to a chord, bisects that chord

So  since AP is perpendicular to RO   and  AN is perpendicular to  MO.....then

RP = PO  = 1/2 RO     and MN = NO = 1/2 MO

But PO  = 1/2 RO  and since RO = MO then PO  =  (1/2) MO

Then PO  = (1/2) * 7   =  3.5

CPhill  Mar 31, 2017

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