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Q: If angle 3 is 33 and arc FD is 60 what is the measure of arc FG?

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Complementary angles add up to 90*, so a 60* angle's complement is 30*.

6 degrees (360/60)

A = 60 B = 20 C = 140 This can have a large number of answers.

The length of an arc on a circle of radius 16, with an arc angle of 60 degrees is about 16.8.The circumference of the circle is 2 pi r, or about 100.5. 60 degrees of a circle is one sixth of the circle, so the arc is one sixth of 100.5, or 16.8.

To get radian measure of angle given in degrees, multiple the measure in degrees by PI/180. Example: 60 deg = 60 * PI/180 rad = 1.047 rad.

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Arc AB represents 40/240 = 1/6 of the circumference of the circle. As the angle at the centre subtended by the whole circle is 360° then ∠A0B (if the center is O) measures 1/6 x 360 = 60°. Since a central angle has the same number of degrees as the arc it intercepts, the arc ACB (note we can call the arc AB as arc ACB) measures 60°.

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