In circle M with angle LMN = 60 and LM = 15 units, find the length of arc LN. Round to the nearest hundredth.

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If LM is 15, then the circufremce of the circle is 30pi.

60 degrees is 1/6 of the cricle, so the answer is 30pi/6 = 5pi.

5pi is about 15.71

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There are 360 degrees in a rotation and you have 60 of them in this arc

so

arc length = \(\frac{60}{360}*circumference\\ =\frac{60}{360}*2\pi*15\)