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  • one year ago

Thought I knew how to do this but I don't seem to be doing it right.

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  1. briana.img
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    The first thing I did was subtract 180-130=50

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    So I went with 50/360*12pi

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    But i got 5.23598 and that doesn't seem to fit

  5. anonymous
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    see...the part of the circumference which u have to find is that of arc AT...so what u did could have been used for arc AM

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    the real idea is to check the angle subtended by the required arc....which is AT(here)

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    @chethus oooooh you're right you're rgith

  8. anonymous
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    got it?

  9. briana.img
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    @chethus no ntot really :/

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    @chethus wait nvm!! i got it thank you!!

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