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Homework Help: maths-circles

Posted by anoynomous on Friday, March 15, 2013 at 2:41pm.

a circle having a centre O has a triangle PQS inside it with the base QP is not on centre O. PT and QT are two tangents from an exterior point T (S, O and T are linear points - lie in one line )
it is given that angle ptq = 25 deg . find angle PSQ and OPQ

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