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Would somebody seriously help me with this problem? D:

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:/ I would help but I SUCK at math and I would probably get it wrong.. :( Im really sorry
@smoothmath can you help this charming individual?

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That's everything we're given. I'm going to start filling in things that we can figure out. |dw:1343268968574:dw|
I hope you understand how I got all of those angles so far. The last ones, the most important ones, are a little tricky to get. Let me highlight an important triangle for you. |dw:1343269233951:dw|
Notice that we know those two sides are congruent because they are both a radius of the circle. Since there are two congruent sides, there is an isosceles triangle. What do we know about the angles in an isosceles triangle?

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