i think its 40 degrees ??help pleasee Calculate the m angle CLA, given m arc AC = 170° and m arc AKC= 190°. 90° 40° 20° 10°

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i think its 40 degrees ??help pleasee Calculate the m angle CLA, given m arc AC = 170° and m arc AKC= 190°. 90° 40° 20° 10°

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@acxbox22 can you help me out?
im pretty sure it is 40
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can you help me with this ?? i think its the second answer The equation of a circle is (x + 3)2 + (y – 5)2 = 81. Determine the coordinates of the center of the circle and the length of the radius. Center (-3, 5), radius is 9 Center (3, 5), radius is 9 Center (-5, -3), radius is 81 Center (5, 3), radius is 81
thought so too @Lui2301
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so that's why the center of \[\Large (x+3)^2 + (y-5)^2 = 81\] is (-3,5)
so its the first one
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yes it is
thank you and the first question is it false??
the 40 degree one?
yea
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let x = measure of angle CLA with any quadrilateral, the 4 angles always add to 360 degrees x+90+90+170 = 360 x = ???
10 ?
correct

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