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In circle O, m<R = 23. Find m<O. (The figure is not drawn to scale.) A) 46 B) 23 C) 67 D) 157

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    what grade are you in sopposing you are a student

  3. Brittanyy!
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    I am a senior

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    look angle R= angle N because it is alternate angles and RN is perpendicular to OQ so angle N +90+ angle O=180 23+90+ angle O=180 and angle O= 180-23-90= 67

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    that makes since (: thx so much!

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    :D

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