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posted by Scott .
find, to the nearest tenth of a meter, the length of the arc intercepted by a central angle of 160 degrees if a radius of the circle in 8 meters long

(160/180)*pi*R = 22.3 meters
Convert 160 degrees to radians (by multiplying by pi/180 radians per degree) and multiply the result by R.
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