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sunsetlove

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Kite DCFE is inscribed in circle A shown below. If the measure of is DEF 232°, what is the measure of ∡DEF?

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  1. GT
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    Wrong picture? No E and F points on it.

  2. sunsetlove
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    my bad lol

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    there ^^ hehehe i got it

  5. GT
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    Arc DEF = 232 degrees. So, arc DCF = 360-232 = 128. Now, you use the theorem Directrix was using (wrongly) in the other problem. And, you get 128/2 = 64 degrees.

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    |dw:1330530891544:dw|

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    ok thanks so i do 360-232 and that answer /2 and get 64

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    thank u again u always help XD thank u

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