We are given that there are two line segments, red and blue, that stretch from the center of the circle to a point on the circle.
Given that the length of the blue segment is 5, we are to determine the length of the red segment.
Since both the line segments stretch from the center of the circle to its circumference so they must be equal.
Therefore, length of the red line segment is 5.
Blue is 7 and the Red is 7
The circle has point in the center from where two line blue and red are stretched to the point on the circle. The blue line is 5 in length and the red line length is not known. The circumference of the circle is equal on all the area around the origin. Therefore the red line must also be 5 in length as of blue line.
It is also 7.
Any line from the center of the circle to a point on the circle is the radius. Any line drawn from the center of a circle to a point on the circle is equal to any other line drawn likewise, irrespective of if this line is going up, down, left, right, etc.
The length of the red line segment is 17.
Given: The red and blue line segments stretch from the center of the circle to a point on the circle.
The length of the blue line segment is 17.
Both the red and blue line segments start from the center (the same point) and connected to a point on the circle.
A line segment starts from the center of a circle and connect any point on a circle is a radius.
Here both the red line and blue line are the radius of the circle.
Therefore, the length of the red line segment is also 17.
the answer is 5