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The diameter of circle C is 18 cm. Chord AD is the same length as a radius. What are the measures of angles BDA and DBA

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Do you have the diagram?
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Ok what is the corresponding angles of the circle?

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You don't necessarily need a diagram
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Angle DAB is 90; BDA and DBA must add up to 90 as well to make 180. to find BDA: AD=the radius CD and AC are the radius, therefore AD=CD=AC, making it an equilateral triangle. The angle is 60. to find DBA: 180-90-60= 30.
Somestimes the questions don't provide a diagram and need to rely on the information at hand
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