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Were you able to use Chris' suggestion to find the length of TR? Harley
If you know the fact that Chris mentioned then C, the midpoint of SU is the center of a circle that passes through U, T and S. Since CS, CT and CU are all radii of the circle they all have the same length, Consider triangle TCR. It is a right triangle and you know the lengths of two sides so Pythagoras Theorem will give you the length of the third side. Harley
 


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