Let \(\overline{AB}\) be a diameter of a circle, and let C be a point on the circle such that AC = 8 and BC = 6. The angle bisector of \(\angle ACB\) intersects the circle at point M. Find CM.

CM = 9.899574118

Use the angle bisector theorem to find BY and YA. Y is the point of intersection between AB and CM.

After you get the values of BY, CY, and AY, use the intersecting chords theorem(Power of A Point) to find the value of YM.

how do i find CY