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  • one year ago

Finding the measures of arcs! Please help! Completely lost on how to figure it out I just need guidance

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  1. briana.img
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  2. nincompoop
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    first get the definition and formula of arcs

  3. briana.img
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    @nincompoop there's an arc formula..?

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    ye

  5. briana.img
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    @nincompoop i have the arc length formula and arc of sector formula???

  6. anonymous
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    length of arc is degree/360 *pi r^2 and the area of the

  7. anonymous
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    oops no thats 2 pi r

  8. briana.img
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    @yomamabf @nincompoop did you guys see my screenshot? lol

  9. anonymous
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    |dw:1434767528296:dw|

  10. anonymous
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    wait... this is just a trick question it's just algebra

  11. anonymous
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    4x-10=2x+30

  12. nincompoop
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    just solve for x

  13. anonymous
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    you're solving for x

  14. briana.img
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    @yomamabf OOOOH okay it's been a while since i saw that stuff LMAO

  15. anonymous
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    yea ^_^ you'll get it <3

  16. briana.img
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    @yomamabf @nincompoop thx omg that was so dumb of me but it's been so long since i've seen that type of problem

  17. briana.img
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    @yomamabf it's 20? i always doubt myself ://

  18. anonymous
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    Yes it's 20

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