Posted by **JAY10** on Wednesday, May 13, 2009 at 7:06am.

In triangle PQR shown, point S (not shown)is on QR between Q and R. Give one possible value for the length of PS ...Explain your reasoning..

Triangle PQR = 13"

PQ = 6"

QR = 2"

PR = 5"

I need help in figuring this out this triangle with an equation or expression...thank you

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