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AC is tangent to circle O at A. If mBY=24 , what is m

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btw this is what the top part should look like..
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thank you ! :)
i looked at it , but its a bit confusing though.
well after looking at the other problem , that eliminates A and D so its between B and C
so, which one is the true
im not sure i got 66 when i did what they said so i ave no clue now
*have
i believe it is answer choice B
like they said, u have to find the measure of m
what's m
they never did mention anything about YAB only BAC , BAY and YAC
nevermind blonde moment its 24?
1/2 * 24 = ...
okay,12
good, now m
ahh.. 78 :)
yeah... :)
and thanks again as always , lol :)
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