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Name
LESSON

Date

Class

Practice A

11-5 Angle Relationships in Circles
In Exercises 1–3, match the letter of the drawing to the formula for finding the measure of the angle. 1 B A. 1. m ABC __ (mAC mDE ) 2

2. m ABC

1 __ (mAC 2

m DE )

C

B.

3. m ABC

1 __ mAB 2

A

C.

Find each measure. 4. m FGH 5. m IJ 6.

45° 150°
7.

m QPR

55°

m YUV

116°

8. Some cities in Europe are thousands of years old. Often the small center of the old city is surrounded by a newer “ring road” that allows traffic to bypass the old streets. The figure shows a circular ring road and two roads that provide access to the old city. Find m CBD. Find the value of x. 9.

82°

40

10.

67

Complete Exercises 11–13 in order to find m ECF.
_

11. Find m DHG. (Hint: DF is a straight segment.) 12. Find mEF. 13. Find m ECF.

96° 134° 38°
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Practice B

11-5 Angle Relationships in Circles
Find each measure. 1. m ABE mBC

64° 96°

2.

m LKI mIJ

119° 42°

3.

m RPS

130°

4.
94° 68°

m YUX

99°

Find the value of x. 5.
° 116°

64

6.
173°

° 79°

47

7.

8

8.
113° 23° °

45

9. The figure shows a spinning wheel. The large wheel is turned by hand or with a foot trundle. A belt attaches to a small bobbin that turns very quickly. The bobbin twists raw materials into thread, twine, or yarn. Each pair of spokes intercepts a 30° arc. Find the value of x.

°

60
Find each measure. 10.
56° 39°

11.

30° 81°

70°

75°

m DEI mEF

66.5° 115°
36

m WVR mTUW

84° 192°
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Practice A LESSON 11-5 Angle Relationships in Circles
In Exercises 1–3, match the letter of the drawing to the formula for finding the measure of the angle. � 1 � B A. 1. m�ABC � __ (mAC � mDE ) � 2 � �

Practice B LESSON 11-5 Angle Relationships in Circles
Find each measure. 1.
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m�ABE � mBC �


64° 96°

2.


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m�LKI �


� � �

mIJ �



119° 42°

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C
A

B.

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� � �

� �

3.



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� �

m�RPS �

130°

4.

68°

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94°

m�YUX �

99°



1 � 3. m�ABC � __ mAB 2

C.
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Find the value of x. 5.
�°
116°

Find each measure.
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45° 150°

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64

6.
173°

�°
79°

47





6.


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7.
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7.

8
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8.
113° 23°

45
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55°

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116°
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8. Some cities in Europe are thousands of years old. Often the small center of the old city is surrounded by a newer “ring road” that allows traffic to bypass the old streets. The figure shows a circular ring road and two roads that provide access to the old city. Find m�CBD.

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82°

9. The figure shows a spinning wheel. The large wheel is turned by hand or with a foot trundle. A belt attaches to a small bobbin that turns very quickly. The bobbin twists raw materials into thread, twine, or yarn. Each pair of spokes intercepts a 30° arc. Find the value of x.

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