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In the figure above, inscribed ∆ ABC is equilateral.If the radius of the circle is r, then the length of arc AXB is

(A) 2πr/3
(B) 4πr/3
(C) 3πr/2
(D) πr^2/3
(E) 2πr^2/3


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In the figure above, inscribed ∆ ABC is equilateral.If the radius of the circle is r, then the length of arc AXB is

(A) 2πr/3
(B) 4πr/3
(C) 3πr/2
(D) πr^2/3
(E) 2πr^2/3


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Since the Triangle is an Equilateral triangle so it will divide teh circumference in 3 equal parts

i.e. Arc AXB = (1/3)*Circumference of Circle

i.e. Arc AXB = (1/3) 2πr

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Its a simple concept: Angle created by a chord at center is double the angle created on the circumference.

As angle ACB is 60 degress, so angle created by the chord AB at the center would be 120 degrees.

Total circumference of the circle for 360 degrees is: 2nr

so length of 120 degrees will be 2nr/3. Hence option A
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