Inscribed And Some Other Angles

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Inscribed And Some Other Angles

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"angle CBD" should be "angle BCD"

ReplyOptionsProblem. Two circles of the same radius intersect at the angle 2d/3. Express in degrees the smaller of the arcs contained between the intersection points.

Can I get some clarification please? There was a remark appended to the problem which clarified the problem a bit, but I'm still not completely certain about what is required to be found, nor what is given.

Thanks

ReplyOptionsHere is an equivalent question: Two circles of the same radius intersect at 60 degree angle(s). In what proportion do they divide each other?

[In fact there is some ambiguity in this problem, for - which of the angles between two tangents is 60 degrees?]

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