how do you find the measure of an arc of a cirlce?

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how do you find the measure of an arc of a cirlce?

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circumference really
radian angle * radius
for the whole thing we get 2pi r for part of it; just replace 2pi with the radian angle

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but the radius is not given thats why im confused
cant read your mind lol whats the problem and can you send a pic?
hmm let me try one minute
there its number two
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well, the r is gonna be some scaled version of sqrt(2); so id say: r = t sqrt(2) to cover all the bases; what have you been using to determine a radius with?
lol.... how about this route; the arc length is equal to the angle degree that it is infront of
since that angle is 90 degrees; the arc length is 90 degrees; or pi/2 radians
we were using similar angles to find the missing lengths but sences there are no #s given im not sure what to do
so then arcLM would also be 90?
its; pi r/2 if it aint gonna give number than thats the best you can do
yes; 90 degrees
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