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Suppose we have a cirlce with diameter AB.P and Q are points on opposite sides of te diameter(both points are on the circumference).Now PR=QM where R and M are also on opposite sides and on the same sides of P and Q outside the circle.
Now if we draw tangents from R and M,how do we prove that they will be equal in length?
We basically have to prove [tex]RL=MG [/tex] taking [tex] RP =QM[/tex]
if L and G are the contact points
Now if we draw tangents from R and M,how do we prove that they will be equal in length?
We basically have to prove [tex]RL=MG [/tex] taking [tex] RP =QM[/tex]
if L and G are the contact points
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