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Determine the measure of ∠DGF.

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    59 degrees

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    U know why?

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    its confusing question

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    these the answer: 22,29.5,70,81 degrees

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    in your question 59 degree mentioned i dont know why

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    Oh its not 59 because i thought it was a diameter

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    if i dont consider 59 degree then the answer is 81 degrees

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    use the formula : 1/2 * (the measure of arc DF + the measure of arc AC) = 1/2 * (59+81) = ....

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    70

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    correct

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