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In the diagram, find m∠BAC.

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wheres the diagram
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(3x+11) and the other one, are they the angles formed at the center ??

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then they both are equal ,.. equate them and find the value of x and then substitute the value obtained in 2x+48 , you'll get mBAC
they are congruent triangles hence angles are equal ..SSS congruence rule
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2x + 48 = 3x+ 11 now do it
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i got 11.8
no..!!!
i combine like terms then i divide
its b

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