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Juliette_Rose

  • 2 years ago

what is angle TAK? (pic in comments)

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  1. Juliette_Rose
    • 2 years ago
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    |dw:1338423561879:dw|

  2. Juliette_Rose
    • 2 years ago
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    arc TA is 110

  3. InsanityxP
    • 2 years ago
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    Is there an image you can attach?

  4. Juliette_Rose
    • 2 years ago
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    no so i drew it up there...love ur pic btw

  5. InsanityxP
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    Thank you, love yours as well. Well, I just did something like this a couple weeks ago. This is an angle equation right?

  6. Juliette_Rose
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    yes

  7. InsanityxP
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    Ok well. What are you trying to figure out exactly? There seems to be an insignificant amount of information.

  8. Juliette_Rose
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    oh , what is angle TAK

  9. InsanityxP
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    Hm :/ I don't exactly understand what that means. Is there another angle to compare it to? Or like some multiple choice questions? Because right now the angle TAK could be a circle. It could be equal to angle KAT even. Any information other than that?

  10. Juliette_Rose
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    no :/

  11. Juliette_Rose
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    i put T, A , and K in the picture, and the arc TA=110

  12. InsanityxP
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    So all the question is, is "What is angle TAK?" That's it?

  13. InsanityxP
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    Hm :/ it must have somethin to do with TA=110 but I don't exactly know what that means:/ I'm sorry

  14. Juliette_Rose
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    Oh, what is the degree of the angle TAK? if tht helps

  15. InsanityxP
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    ooohhhhhhhhhhhhh yes that does help let me see if i remember how to do that xD

  16. Juliette_Rose
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    XD ok, ty

  17. InsanityxP
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    Yeah I'm sorry :/ I cant remeber how to do that part xD

  18. Juliette_Rose
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    lol its ok thnx tho!

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