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coolaidd

  • 3 years ago

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  1. coolaidd
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  2. j814wong
    • 3 years ago
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    "Theorem: The measure of the angle formed by two chords that intersect inside the circle is ½ the sum of the chords' intercepted arcs."

  3. j814wong
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    measure of angle x = (1/2)(angle AD + angle BC)

  4. j814wong
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    Sorry, it should be + not - as I wrote in the first response

  5. coolaidd
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    ok..soo what do i do

  6. j814wong
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    Angle x = (1/2)(140 degress + 90 degrees)

  7. coolaidd
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    x=160?

  8. j814wong
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    x=(1/2)(230)

  9. coolaidd
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    115?

  10. j814wong
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    Yeah

  11. coolaidd
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    THANKS!! :)

  12. j814wong
    • 3 years ago
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    Your welcome again

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