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  • one year ago

Point C is the center of the circle. If angle ACB measures (4x+12) and AB measures (x + 13) , find x.

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    @peachpi

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    Does it say what the measures are equal to ?

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    the measure of a central angle and its arc are equal 4x + 12 = x + 13

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    does it = -3?

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    Combine like terms which are 4x and x which is equal to 5x

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    |dw:1439261790536:dw|

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    Then it would be 5x+12+13 which would end up leaving you with 5x=25 then divide 5 on both sides & you will find the value of x

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    @Halia we can't combine terms on opposite sides of the equal sign. That's why I subtracted the x and 12 from both sides

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    Yeah your right @peachpi

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