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# <powerprep> arcs and chords

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Basically it is asking for the length of minor arc PQ.
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A 2pi

using properties of triangles and parallel lines.
if C is the center of the circle, then CPQ = PQC = 70;
the angle subtending the arc is 40; so the length of the arc is 40/360 * 2 * pi * 9
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