Circle geometry

The endpoints of the arms of an inscribed angle are the endpoints of a diameter. What is the measure of the inscribed angle? How do you know?

Please help and please explain how I would draw a diagram of thus. Think you for your help!

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  1. it is a right angle.

    The central angle is 180°
    An inscribed angle is 1/2 the central angle.

    Check your theorems.

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