anonymous
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amanda here!!! look in attachement
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anonymous
  • anonymous
is D supposed to be H ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
YEA

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anonymous
  • anonymous
and is 7m the radius?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think so yea
anonymous
  • anonymous
then you can find any arc length by multiplying the angle in terms of radians by the radius
anonymous
  • anonymous
so your angle EHG is 160 degrees, in radians that is 160/180 which is 8/9ths of a radia. multiply 8/9ths by your radius and you get 56/9 m
anonymous
  • anonymous
so now we divide 23 by 9? or is dat the answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
i do not understand where 23 came from, but if your teacher or professor wants it as simplified as possible then yes divide it, but otherwise 56/9 m(eters?) should be your answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
divide "it" = the 56/9
anonymous
  • anonymous
the measure of the arc is 160 (because the angles are congruent so 80+80=160) and the way of finding arc length is above

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