anonymous
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Using the diagram provided. What is the measure of angle ACB? What is the measure of arc ACB in the above circle?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
* what is the measure of arc AB in the above circle?
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you can draw and label the circle i can help you
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uploading diagram now

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hold on and i will do it then show you how
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ok
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so looking at the circle, you have an inscribed angle. which means the arc divided by 2 gets you the angle. but before you can even do that you need to find x. so you set all 3 equations equal to x like so: \[x+15+3x+x+50=360\] then you work the problem out and you should get 59 once you have that it becomes a piece of cake. you insert x in the arc of ab so arc AB becomes \[3\times59\] then once you have that you divide it by two to get the angle of ACB. which ends up being about 88.5

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