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  1. StudyGurl14
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    In the circle, the measure of arcBC is 66 degrees. The figure is not drawn to scale. Find the measure of angle BCP

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  2. StudyGurl14
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    which is the angle for arcBC?

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    |dw:1389299759216:dw|

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    |dw:1389299841147:dw|

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    try this http://www.handymath.com/cgi-bin/rad2.cgi?submit=Entry

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    ... what arc are we lookiing for ? BCP? I don't see a P around there

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    easy and helpful

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    If AC is the radius, then the angle >ABC =90 degrees...why? a semi circle subtends a right angle on the remaining part of the circumference? so what is this line AC?

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    If AC is the radius, then ans = 180 - (90+33)! If not, then could you kindly tell which angle has value 66 degrees?

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    |dw:1389325964832:dw|

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    i think it's 33 ,by intuition imagine D coinciding on C,but we must try to prove it

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    The answer was 33.

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