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What is the length of XY( the minor arc? Use your calculator and round your final answer to the nearest hundredth

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    @jim_thompson5910 @mathstudent55 @Mertsj @UnkleRhaukus @yummydum

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    @mathstudent55 @Mertsj

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    XY = (40/360)*(Circumference)

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    I got 81?

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    @jim_thompson5910

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    what did you get for the circumference?

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    40?

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    wait how do u find the circumference?

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    @jim_thompson5910 @Mertsj

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    Well, I see that the angle is 40 degrees. I'm trying to think what part of the entire circle that is. How many degrees are in the whole circle?

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    C = 2*pi*r C = 2*3.14*9 C = ???

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    I got 508.98?

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    as my answer @jim_thompson5910 @Mertsj

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    That seems like a big answer. How did you get it?

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    I did: 360/40= 4 then I did: 2 x 3.14 x 9= 56.52 then I multiplied them both (4 x 56.52) and I got 508.98

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    @Mertsj @jim_thompson5910

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    sry the site isn't working for me, is it working for you?

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  18. jim_thompson5910
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    well now it is, but its off and on...

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    now it finally is! Lol yeah

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    it's fine! I'm having the same issue

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    circumference is 56.52

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    so XY = (40/360)*(Circumference) XY = (40/360)*(56.52) XY = ???

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    actually for 360/40 i got 9 :) I got 508.68

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    you're dividing the wrong way

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    it's not 360/40 it should be 40/360

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    OH that made SUCH a big difference..I didn't think that mattered! Haha

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    oops xD Lol I got 6.28 as my answer?

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    you can only flip the terms if you are either adding or multiplying

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    not dividing or subtracting

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    me too

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    Ohhh okay got it thank you so much!! :)

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