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Find the measure of each arc. For each arc, write two or more complete sentences explaining which theorem or postulate you used to find your answer.

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    any attachments?

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    Dude thats easy!

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    not for me I hate geometry can you help ?

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    ok look at the circle its telling us that there is 125 degrees so that means that the other side "O" is also 125 degrees. you already know that acircle = 360 degrees so now you know That Arch "O" = 125 degrees and then you subtract 180 from S and P so it = 55 degrees. The same for the other side Q and R also = 55 degrees.

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