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WILL MEDAL AND FAN!!! Express answer in exact form. Find the area of the larger segment whose chord is 8" long in a circle with an 8" radius. (Hint: A chord divides a circle into two segments. In problem 1, you found the area of the smaller segment.) and is there any way to put the answer in this format? https://suwannee.owschools.com/media/g_geo_2013/8/q255_x.gif

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  1. anonymous
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    @uybuyvf

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    @AaronAndyson

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    @jamesr

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yeah

  5. anonymous
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    dO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO?

  6. anonymous
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    i think so hold up

  7. anonymous
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    We know that the triangle formed by the two radii and the chord is an equilateral triangle, all angles are 60 degrees, which is 1/6 of 360 degrees : Find area inside the 60 degree arc 1/6*pi*8= 35.51 : Find the area of the equilateral triangle 1/2*8*SQRT8^2-4^2 = 27.71 sq/in : Find the area of the shape enclosed by the 60 degree arc and the chord 35.51 - 27.71 = 7.8 sq/in : Find the area of the larger segment pi*8^2 - 7.8 = 193.26 sq/inches

  8. anonymous
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    |dw:1437575434368:dw|

  9. anonymous
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    That's kinda what the picture looks like. It wants me to find the area of the part that's shaded in

  10. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    The radius of the circle is 8inches and so is the chord

  11. anonymous
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    Find area inside the 60 degree arc

  12. anonymous
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    The arc is 60degrees?

  13. anonymous
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    How's that possible?

  14. anonymous
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    Just curious

  15. anonymous
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    no look at the paragrph i just showed u

  16. anonymous
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    Graph?

  17. anonymous
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    I don't see one

  18. anonymous
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    no

  19. anonymous
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    Oh. sry MB

  20. anonymous
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    But still, what does a triangle come in

  21. anonymous
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    We know that the triangle formed by the two radii and the chord is an equilateral triangle, all angles are 60 degrees, which is 1/6 of 360 degrees :

  22. anonymous
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    Omg. Idk what, but something just clicked inside my head. Oh wow, now I feel so stupid jeez...

  23. anonymous
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    man stated from the bottem video is still funny

  24. anonymous
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    ?

  25. anonymous
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    started from the bottom video its funny

  26. anonymous
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    What video?

  27. anonymous
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    gtg sorry

  28. anonymous
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    Usually about this time every day huh?

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