mDE=111 and mBC= 64 find m

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mDE=111 and mBC= 64 find m

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Like what are they called lol
Secants that are intersecting outside the circle
and DE and BC arc labeled as arcs i just couldn't put the sign above them
gotcha, give me one sec
ok thank you :)
Is 111 that degree angle?
you may use below formula |dw:1434089557341:dw|
So the formula for this is simple. You have m
Do you think you can solve it?
79
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thank you very much i got the answer :)
79 is not right
You might have miscalculated
\[m\angle A ~~=~~\dfrac{111-64}{2}~~=?\]
oh oops its 23.5
Good job! :)
thanks for the help

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