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  • 5 years ago

PLEASE HELP ME. In the figure PR and QS are diameters of U. Find the measure of the indicted are When you click on the pic you will see the figure...Please help7 minutes ago

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    PLEASE HELP ME

  3. anonymous
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    which are do you need?

  4. anonymous
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    area

  5. anonymous
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    ___ mRT

  6. anonymous
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    UPT? or URS? or UST?

  7. anonymous
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    URT than

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    ___ mRT

  9. anonymous
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    oh yes i guess what does that mean?

  10. anonymous
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    the area with those points

  11. anonymous
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    what is m? in mRT?

  12. anonymous
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    idk it just there just ignore it

  13. anonymous
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    actually I think it is pretty easy. the area of the circle is r^2*Pi the angle at RUT is 180-64=116 so you need 116/360 part of the circle answer: 116/360*r^2*Pi

  14. anonymous
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    so i divdie that?

  15. anonymous
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    you there i have a qquestion

  16. anonymous
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    you there i have a qquestion

  17. anonymous
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    you there

  18. anonymous
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    I am back

  19. anonymous
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    do i divide the answer?

  20. anonymous
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    why do you want to?

  21. anonymous
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    i was just asking an d how do i write my answer

  22. anonymous
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    116/360=58/180=28/90=14/45 you can simplify it a bit

  23. anonymous
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    \[14\pi/45 *r ^{2}\]

  24. anonymous
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    so thats my answers?^

  25. anonymous
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    it is my answer :) If I got the correct area than it is

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