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A point P moves so that is equidistant from point L and M. If LM…

A point P moves so that is equidistant from point L and M. If LM is 6cm, find the distance of P from LM when P is 10cm from L
  • A.
    12cm
  • B.
    10cm
  • C.
    8cm
  • D.
    6cm
Correct Answer: Option D
Explanation

p from LM = (sqrt{10^2}) – 82
= (sqrt{36}) = 6cm

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