# Segments in a Circle

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If PT = 5.3, TU = 3.8, and UV = 6.4. Solve for the measure of VS and round to the nearest hundredth.

What is PT, TU etc
Are they length of line segments?
What kind of geometrical shape do you have?

I can't figure out what you are asking.

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