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At ΔPQR, a line is drawn parallel to QR, cuts PQ at S and PR at T. Line SR and QT intersect at X. Show that PS / PQ = TX / XR

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I can not achieve that proof. The best I can get is : PS / PQ = TX / XQ. Something wrong with me or the question?

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# Homework Help: Similarity of triangle

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