A.40 B. 60 C.20 D.120
alright, lemme take a look ;)
http://www.mathwarehouse.com/geometry/circle/images/power-of-point/far-arc-near-arc-formula-picture-small.png <-- any ideas what S is?
I hated geoometry....xD ask iambatman c:
jdoe may halp c:
well, check the "far arc, near arc" theorem closely, should be simple ebough
It looks like you answered your own question :)
At least I tried to help, you ungrateful little brat.
You could also use the process of elimination and see that 20º would be the only possible answer.
I looked at your question and tried to help, retard....Other people didn't...
Is your question answered or not? This isn't the place to debate.
the retard is u . you clearly didnt help me solve the problem u suggested people to help me . go away .