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I have been trying to do this for ages and just can’t please help
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Hi!
From what I can see you are using mymaths. Before you click the actual work there should be an option to revise or have a lesson on the subject. If that doesn't help I have got some circle thereom notes I have done.
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Please someone help
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From what I can see you are using mymaths. Before you click the actual work there should be an option to revise or have a lesson on the subject. If that doesn't help I have got some circle thereom notes I have done.
Hi I’ve already been through it but the questions have got significantly harder and I can’t do them.
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Hi I’ve already been through it but the questions have got significantly harder and I can’t do them.
Can you attempt any of these?

Look at the 1st one. The angle labelled x is subtended by a certain arc of the circle. What other angle is subtended by that arc? Can you work out that other angle using information that you're given in the question? What do you know about angles subtended by the same arc in a circle?
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I would also advise then to watch corbett math videos on them
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Can you attempt any of these?

Look at the 1st one. The angle labelled x is subtended by a certain arc of the circle. What other angle is subtended by that arc? Can you work out that other angle using information that you're given in the question? What do you know about angles subtended by the same arc in a circle?
Would x=37°?
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Would x=37°?
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Would x=37°?
That looks good I presume you did 180 - 110 - 33 to get 37 in one triangle, then used a circle theorem to deduce that x = 37 also.

So you see you can do it when you try

Have a go at another one.
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That looks good I presume you did 180 - 110 - 33 to get 37 in one triangle, then used a circle theorem to deduce that x = 37 also.

So you see you can do it when you try

Have a go at another one.
Would the second one across be 31°
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Would the second one across be 31°
Hmm I get something different but that's just trying to do it in my head while watching the news

Can you write out your working and what theorems / principles you used to get 31?
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Would the second one across be 31°
I didn't get that - what is the obtuse angle in that triangle with x?
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Hmm I get something different but that's just trying to do it in my head while watching the news

Can you write out your working and what theorems / principles you used to get 31?
Sorry would it be 28?
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I didn't get that - what is the obtuse angle in that triangle with x?
Would x be 28?
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Would x be 28?
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yes
thank you so much!!
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Sorry would it be 28?
That's what I get

I'm going offline now, but keep going - you're doing OK
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That's what I get

I'm going offline now, but keep going - you're doing OK
Thank you so much for the help!
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Thank you so much for the help!
Keep going - I'm still here
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Keep going - I'm still here
So far these are my answers. I’m struggling with the bottom right and still unsure if others are correct.
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