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Geometry help please

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    all of them?

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    yes

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    30. an inscribed angle measures half its intercepted arc

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    so 53 degrees?

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    30.)A

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    so yes

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    ok what about the others? lol Im hopeless at math

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    This may help with 33. |dw:1361844117112:dw|

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    |dw:1361844212639:dw|

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    31.)C 32.)A 33.)B

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    To find the perimeter of triangle EDC you need ED + DC + CE ED = 58, DC = 80 You can get EC by adding ET and TC. ET = 26 We need TC

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    Since ET = 26, ES = 26. Since ED = 58, SD = 58 - 26 = 32 Since SD = 32, DR = 32 RC = DC - DR = 80 - 32 = 48 TC = RC = 48 Perimeter = ED + DC + CE = 58 + 80 + 26 + 48 = 212 Answer is C.

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    |dw:1361844606841:dw|

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    Did you get these already?

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