PLEASE HELP!!!!! MEDAL AND FAN!!!!! Referring to the figure, find the unknown measure of arc AC.

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PLEASE HELP!!!!! MEDAL AND FAN!!!!! Referring to the figure, find the unknown measure of arc AC.

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|dw:1438791559600:dw| I guess just drawing it out I see 180 degrees, maybe use cyclic quadrilateral theorem to confirm, as opposite angles in cyclic quadrilateral are supplementary (meaning they add up to 180). You could also use the right triangle figure something out.

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|dw:1438791717597:dw| If you just draw the diameter, and look at arc AC, on left or right, doesn't really matter, you can see it's supplementary but you may need more than that to confirm as mentioned in my post above.
|dw:1438791835664:dw| you can mess around with and see :P haha
I'm terrible with math lol. So what is the exact equation that I would use?

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