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What is the measure of the angle x enclosed by the sector in the circle shown?

(1) The perimeter of the sector is 5.
(2) The area of the circle is 12π.


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What is the measure of the angle x enclosed by the sector in the circle shown?

(1) The perimeter of the sector is 5.
(2) The area of the circle is 12π.


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(1) The perimeter of the sector is 5.
2\(\pi\)r*\(\frac{x}{360}\) +2r =5
r and x are unknown insufficient

(2) The area of the circle is 12π.
\(\pi\) \(r^2\) = 12\(\pi\)
r=\(\sqrt{12}\)
insufficient

using both
substitute r in
2\(\pi\)r*\(\frac{x}{360}\) +2r =5

sufficient
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