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# In the figure below, Q is a point on the circle whose center

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In the figure below, Q is a point on the circle whose center [#permalink]  01 Feb 2019, 11:32
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In the figure below, Q is a point on the circle whose center is O and whose radius is r, and OPQR is a rectangle. What is the length of diagonal PR?

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A) $$r$$

B) $$r^2$$

C) $$\frac{r^2}{\pi}$$

D) $$\frac{r \sqrt{2}}{\pi}$$

E) It cannot be determined from the information given.
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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Re: In the figure below, Q is a point on the circle whose center [#permalink]  23 Aug 2019, 04:58
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This more a conceptual question than a calculation one.

If you realize to drawn a diagonal (red ) OQ and this is the radius of the circle, then you know that $$PR=OQ$$

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