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Well, for the second problem, I would say the answer is 6.
yah i get it. you add some extra lengths to 5 and 8 and then you get similar triangles. i did not see that at first.
Do you understand why the answer is 18 for the last one?
thanks! my teacher gives me hard hwk.
I would say 18.
In ,quadrilateral QRTS we have QR = 11,QS = 9 , and ST=2. Sides RQ and ST are extended past Q and S , respectively, to meet at point P. If PS=8 and PQ=5, then what is RT?