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Probability:
In $\displaystyle \odot$V, point C is randomly located so that it does not coinside with points R or S. If $\displaystyle m\widehat{RS}=140$, what is the probability that $\displaystyle m\angle RCS=70 $?
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Probability:
In $\displaystyle \odot$V, point C is randomly located so that it does not coinside with points R or S. If $\displaystyle m\widehat{RS}=140$, what is the probability that $\displaystyle m\angle RCS=70 $?
Hi takersgirl007,
So glad you edited your picture. Now we can read it.
If you randomly position point C between points R and S such that angle C is always 70 degrees, you will always intercept an arc of 140 degrees.
You have 220 degrees of arc on which to place point C (360 - 140 =220).
The probability then would be $\displaystyle \frac{220}{360} \r\: \frac{11}{18}$