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Unformatted text preview: /g"" Date: W" ﬁg} Circles — Angle Measures with Chords, Tangents and Secants H Notes Day 7 \\ O 1) The laccompanying diagram represents circular pom! 0 with docks iacated al p=oinlsA and El. From a cabin located at C. two sightings are :aken that determlna an angle nf30° fortangems andﬁ. \‘BQ What is mLCAB? 2) In {he accumpanyir‘sg d‘iagram.1angent ﬂ and secanl PBC 'are drawn in circle 0, 1: m3? is twice mfa and map is. 50° . what is "1.5%? _ 1005 u...— (4... . 3) Given: circle 0, EA? is langant to circle 0 an A. seﬁanl Eﬁ. radii 0C. a, 5—D. chord aﬁ—E. mAC = BB”,
mBE = 50°. mLEAF r» T5°. Find: H G
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Find: >51 3&3}.
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(b) mmaa I r ‘
(d) mzAEB m; (e) mmDP 5g ; iiiED 5 m9 accompangﬂ diagram of cirﬂa EJin and F5 are chords. A086 is a diameter and is ardende to C,
0051's a secamhAE I: FD. and mAEszDzmﬁEt: 5:3:1.  Find:
(a) mD’E;
(b) MEF
(c) MLDBG
(a) mom
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