how do you find a measure of the arc or angle in a cirlce?

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how do you find a measure of the arc or angle in a cirlce?

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an arc is measured in radians. the entire "arc" of a circle is (angle in radians) times (radius); and it is the same for any angle. just remember that the angle of an entire circle is 2pi; and the distance of its "arc" is 2pi(r) substitute any radian measurement and multiply it by the radius to get the length of an arc.
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