Point C is the center of the circle. If angle ACB measures ( 1/2 x+6) and arc AB measures (x+1), find x

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- arindameducationusc

use theta= length of arc/radius, if radius given

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need more ino

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whats the radius

- K.Binks

That's it, that's all I was given. No radius or diameter

- arindameducationusc

okay... hmmm....

- anonymous

um......

- K.Binks

There has to be an answer, there is multiple questions on this assignment just like this. So it's not a typo with missing information

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- arindameducationusc

Okay tell me the options

- arindameducationusc

Is the x in terms of radius?

- K.Binks

I have no idea, there are no options. Its a written response question

- anonymous

:T

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- anonymous

What class is this? Calculus, Pre-Calculus?

- anonymous

What class is this? Calculus, Pre-Calculus?

- anonymous

Every which way I look at it seems to need more information...... I want to know if this can be solved my self and how.....

- K.Binks

This is algebra 1. I called a math teacher I know and she says to set them equal to each other. So long as we keep it in degrees, angle ACB is equal to arc AB @Nixy

- Michele_Laino

hint:
we can write this proportion:
\[\Large \frac{{\pi r}}{{180}} = \frac{{x + 1}}{{\frac{x}{2} + 6}}\]
where r is the radius of your circumference

- Michele_Laino

nevertheless we have to know the measure of r

- anonymous

Ok, Since she/he said to keep them equal so if ACB = AB then
\( \huge \frac{1}{2}x + 6 = x+ 1 \)
x = 10

- K.Binks

Yeah, Ill try it that way because it's the only method that gives me an answer. If you want, I'll let you know what the correct answer is after I turn it in

- anonymous

Yes, please let me know. Thank you.

- K.Binks

np, thanks for your help

- K.Binks

The answer was 10, I got it correct :) @Nixy

- anonymous

Sweet!!! Great!!

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