What is the length of AC? 11 10 4 7

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have a look at this page http://www.regentsprep.org/Regents/math/geometry/GP14/CircleSegments.htm

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AB is 10 you do the outer segemnt times the inner segment of each one and they equal each other
Ok
Okay how did u figure out what the outer and inner segment was?
it says some of them and you figure out the rest from this bc x ab = cd x de and plug in the values thatyou have and solve the rest algebraically
ohh ok
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according to theorem 2 on that page, we can say RP*RQ = RS*RT
ok
ohyeah sorry hes rightsorry imade a mistake usethe wrong theorem:(
so CA*CB =CE*CD
correct
how do i find those ?
AC = CA BC = CB etc etc the order of the two letters doesn't matter. It's the same segment
plug in the given and solve for AC
how do i solve for AC now ?
AC=CA 6=6
CA*CB =CE*CD CA*6 =12*5 solve for CA
CA*6=60
yes
isolate CA
do i times it to isolate it?
something times 6 = 60 find that "something"
undo the multiplication if you aren't sure what that "something" is
6*10=60
yes so CA or AC is 10
ok thanku!

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