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    4

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    ...? Is this a joke?

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    okay i was just testing to see if this was real. Do one of yall think you can help me

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    the circle below with center o is shown with two different arcs. Arc q is shown in red and arc R is shown in blue which of the following is correct? The picture is there when you click on the question A.)Qis the major arc and R is the minor arc. B.)The length of arc Q is three times the length of arc R. C.)Q is the minor arc and R is the major arc. D.)Q is the minor arc and this circle does not have a major arc.

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    \[2\div(2i)=?\]

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    can you help me

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    can anyone help me i will give you a medal

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    where is the picture?

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    i think the answer is C and other

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    on the link click it

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    do you see it?

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    C

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    http://www.mathopenref.com/arcminormajor.html

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    the small ark is the minor the other is the major. For 3 times the ark we need to be sure that one is 60 degree or pi/3 and we are not given that

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    thank you so much :)

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    please don't make fun of mathematics by asking such questions.

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