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I´m currently pulling a C in math. I won´t get into an advanced class next year and I will be grounded for the summer if the day ends and my math grade isn´t up. It´s the last day of school.
http://prntscr.com/7d8cic is the first question. I need a detailed explanation and i´ve included my teachers ¨help
what do you need help with?
¨like i said, this http://prntscr.com/7d8cic
openstudy, i´ve never needed you as much as i need you guys now
can u post the question? .-.
I don´t even understand it or her explanation
are my links not showing¿
What is the question saying exactly? I figured out the distance from one of the point to the point in the center but I don't completely understand the question.
I don´t even know
I´m gonna fail.
copy the question and paste it in google with " - OpenStudy" at the end of it and most importantly be positive! :)
it doesn´t come up. My teacher is out of office and i only have until 10 tonight.
not even openstudy gets it
Kmail one of your other teachers if you are in k12
I have a feeling that it is 69 and I also feel 69 is not corect
It's 42. Here. This has different numbers but someone showed exactly how to do it. I'll give you the link. https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120411171837AAi18xC
Let me know if you need me to show you the work for it. I figured it out.
The angle between the tangent lines and the line from the point where the tangent line touches the sphere to the center is 90 degrees because of the following property of tangent lines: |dw:1433463800706:dw|
Sum of all angles in a quadrilateral is 360 degrees. We know two angles are 90 degrees, because they come from tangents and one is given as 138 degrees. So the angle of the arc between the two tangent points is the same as the remaining angle: 360 - 90 - 90 - 138. |dw:1433463982564:dw| The measure of the arc is also 42 degrees. Does this make sense?