Could I please get an answer to this Geometry problem and an explanation?
I cant do this Geometry. Please help!
- Ian HLv 71 year agoFavourite answer
This is much easier than you think. Just give it a try.
The only unmarked angle must make up the total to be 360 degrees.
So, it must be 360 – 65 – 150 – 73 = 72 degrees.
The fraction of the circumference that is arc PQ is 72/360 = 1/5
The formula for the whole circumference is 2𝛑r = 2𝛑*6.48 ~ 40.715
Arc PQ is 40.715/5 = 8.143
Think positive. You can do this.
- Mike GLv 71 year ago
∠POQ = 72π/180 radians
Arc = 72π/180 * 6.48 =
- Anonymous1 year ago
to find the arc length place your known information into arc length equation, as shown in image. 2 multiplied by pi multiplied by the known radius (6.48 in) then multiplied by the central angle of the arc (72 degrees between PQ, found by adding all know angles and then subtracted from 360) then placed over 360. the answer is 8.14 inches, rounded to 2 decimal points.