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Find each arc length. Round to the nearest hundredth.

Not quite sure what to do besides the Circumference being 22pi and I know the equation set up but i don't know the angles

Guest Feb 19, 2019

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Yes, circumference is 22 pi

ANGLE PTS = 180 - 16 = 164 degrees

the ARC LENGTH of this angle is a FRACTION of the total 164/360 * 22pi

ElectricPavlov Feb 19, 2019

#1**+3 **

Best Answer

Yes, circumference is 22 pi

ANGLE PTS = 180 - 16 = 164 degrees

the ARC LENGTH of this angle is a FRACTION of the total 164/360 * 22pi

ElectricPavlov Feb 19, 2019