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Number 10

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There must be a picture that goes with those questions.

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Oh... Let me see

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That?

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Possibly

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here look at the page.......

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dw:1329787767555:dw

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The arcs are equal to their central angles. Do you understand the measures of the angles I put on the picture?

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Yeah I think did you just use common sense? add and subtract by 360?

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Becuase my teacher used some formulas like to find area

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Arc TBD=180
Arc BTC=218
Arc TCB=270

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But I guess this is just measure

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But this problem is not about area. It's about finding the measure of the arcs.

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how did you get 270 for TCB

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I see..