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Referring to this figure what is the difference in the meaning between the notaions QR( with a line over it) and QR?

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    THE QR WITH THE LINE OVER IT REFERS TO A SEGMENT OF A LINE.

    JUST QR IS REFERRING TO A SIDE USUALLY OF A SHAPE.

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