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### Lesson 10-2

D

B

A

C

5-Minute Check on Lesson 10-1

- Refer to ⊙F.
- Name a radius
- Name a chord
- Name a diameter
- Refer to the figure and find each measure
- 4. BC
- 5. DE
- 6. Which segment in ⊙C is a diameter?

FL, FM, FN, FO

LN, MO, MN, LO

LN, MO

3

13

Standardized Test Practice:

A

B

C

D

D

AB

AC

CD

CB

Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answers.

Angles and Arcs

Objectives

- Recognize major arcs, minor arcs, semicircles, and central angles and their measures
- central angles sum to 360°
- major arcs measure > 180°
- minor arcs measure < 180°
- semi-circles measure = 180°

- Find arc length
- Formula: C • (central angle / 360°)

% of circle that is the arc

Vocabulary

- Central Angle – has the center of the circle as its vertex and two radii as sides
- Arc – edge of the circle defined by a central angle
- Minor Arc – an arc with the central angle less than 180° in measurement
- Major Arc – an arc with the central angle greater than 180° in measurement
- Semicircle – an arc with the central angle equal to 180° in measurement
- Arc Length – part of the circumference of the circle corresponding to the arc

x

Circles - ArcsSemi-CircleEHF

Major Arc

BEG

E

Diameter (d)

Center

CentralAngle

B

F

BHG

G

Minor Arc

H

x

Circles - ProbabilityPie Charts

Probability0 = no chance1 = for sure

90°

135°

135º------ = 3/8

360º

or .375 or 37.5%

Diameter (d)

Radius (r)

0°

180°

Center

45º------ = 1/8

360º

or .125 or 12.5%

180º------ = 1/2

360º

or .5 or 50%

315°

270°

Circumference = 2πr = dπ

Use the value of x to find

Example 2-1bSubstitution

Simplify.

Add 2 to each side.

Divide each side by 26.

Given

Substitution

Answer: 52

Linear pairs are supplementary.

Substitution

Simplify.

Subtract 140 from each side.

Answer: 40

In and are diameters, and bisects Find each measure.

a.

b.

c.

Example 2-2gAnswer: 54

Answer: 72

Answer: 234

degree measure of arc and bisects Find each measure.

In and . a) Find the length of .

b) Find the length of arc DC.

arc length

circumference

degree measure of whole circle

In and . Write a proportion to compare each part to its whole.

Example 2-4aNow solve the proportion for . and bisects Find each measure.

Multiply each side by 9 .

Answer: The length of is units or about 3.14 units.

Example 2-4bSimplify.

C ∙ (% of the circle) = 9π ∙ (140/360)

= 7π/2

Answer: The length of arc DC is 7π/2 units or about 11 units.

Summary & Homework and bisects Find each measure.

- Summary:
- Sum of measures of central angles of a circle with no interior points in common is 360°
- Measure of each arc is related to the measure of its central angle
- Length of an arc is proportional to the length of the circumference

- Homework:
- pg 533-534; 14-19; 24-29; 32-35

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