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== Solution ==
 
== Solution ==
Applying the Power of a Point Theorem gives <math> 6\cdot x = 4\cdot 1 </math> or <math> x = \frac 23 </math>
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Applying the Power of a Point Theorem gives <math> 6\cdot x = 4\cdot 1 </math>, or <math> x = \frac 23 </math>
  
 
''Back to the [[Power of a Point Theorem]].''
 
''Back to the [[Power of a Point Theorem]].''

Revision as of 14:39, 3 July 2006

Problem

Find the value of $x$ in the following diagram.

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Solution

Applying the Power of a Point Theorem gives $6\cdot x = 4\cdot 1$, or $x = \frac 23$

Back to the Power of a Point Theorem.

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