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  • 2 years ago

Find The Measure Of 20,22,24.. Please Explain

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    |dw:1329789256771:dw|

  3. amistre64
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    first, find the measures of your central angles; this tells you the arcmeasure as well

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    360 -70 -70 --- 220 220/2 = 110 .... and in half again is 55

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    |dw:1329789377020:dw|

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    ahhh

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    arcEJH is then 110 + 70; the addition of its central angles

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    arcFH is 55+55, same reason :)

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    angFOG is; well, 55 from what we found :)

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    I seeee thanksss

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    yw, good luck :)

  12. amistre64
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    arcHFJ measures the whole thing except for that 70 so: 360-70 should suffice

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    yeahh, Btw i love the word suffice haha

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