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I need some help with this math problem...

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  1. Flapdragon
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    First, find the measures of each sub-arc. Then find the measures of their corresponding inscribed angles. If they are equal, the triangle is equilateral. If only 2 of them are equal, isosceles. If none are equal, scalene.

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    the 3 arcs add to 360 so 8x - 10 + 6x + 10x + 10 = 360 24x = 360 x = 15 then the 3 arcs are 8(15 - 10) = 110 6(15) = 90 10(15) + 10 = 160 the size of the 3 arcs are different so then the chord lengths are difference and the triangle is scalene

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    Thank you! c:

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