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In circle w arc xz =60 degress , angle VYZ= 40 and line YZ is the diameter. Find the following
Now you should be able to get arc XY.
The whole circle is 360°. arc XY is the only part still missing.
so its 80
not 80. 360-60-80-100
wait how did you get 80 and 100
oh i see how.
i still lost.
i am still lost
Do you understand how I got 80 for arc VZ?
yes i caculator all of that arc xy is 40.
it's not 40. How did you do it?
ok i added something wrong sorry
Is that everything you were looking for?
Something isn't right with this. Does XV pass through W?
in the original picture?
@peachpi come back please
can someone help anybody please
Can you tell from the picture if XV also a diameter of the circle?
and angle vzy
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@skyfire41505 hit the best response button.
@baby456 something in this picture doesn't work. We worked this so far based on the assumption that segment XV is not a diameter. If we stick with that we end up with vertical angles that aren't equal. If I change it to assume the XV is a diameter, then arc VZ is 120°, which is impossible since its angle is 40°
@pooja195 am I wrong here?
but that what my teacher gave me.
i dont know this :(
i think i'm done with geometry i have to go sigh|dw:1433027011268:dw|
working with the numbers we have,